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My choir will be travelling to Italy in May 2012. What are your favorite performance venues in Rome and the surrounding area, and Venice? Any “must see” and “must do” events? We are also planning a 4-5 day excursion to another site, possibly Salzburg or Prague or somewhere in Greece. Any suggestions?
http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/Rise-Up-in-Festive-Song/17983042 Does anyone know what the original title of this piece is? Is there a location I can see it?
As a student making decisions about what undergraduate degree to get , I have a lot of research to do and questions to ask. Ultimately, I plan to conduct at the collegiate level and am well aware how challenging that will be in a male dominated field. I am having trouble deciding if I want […]
Dear friends, My colleagues and I have the pleasure of being in the planning stages of a complete renovation of our primary performing space. I’m writing to the list to ask for your recommendations of acoustical engineers (preferably in the Midwest – we’re located in south central Kansas). If you’ve had personal experience with an acoustical engineer […]
Anyone looking for a zany ‘community’ musical based on a true incident that occurred during the American Civil War? If so, I will gladly send you a great DVD. You might want to check out www.chickasaw.ca/ first! Donald Patriquin
Concert finale piece for children’s choir ages 8-18 including SATB choir with or without small orchestra accompaniment in celebration of 25th anniversary
Shoreline Community Chorale is excited to announce our Choral Composition Competition. In an effort to promote and celebrate CT composers of all ages and levels of ability, The Shoreline Community Chorale is hosting a contest, in which five (5) pieces will be selected to be performed and recorded at our fall 2010 concert – “Celebrating Connecticut Composers”. The composer of […]
Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz and City Council Member Letitia James will announce the formation of the Brooklyn Interdenominational Choir, co-founded by Francisco (Frank) A. Haye, Jr. (pictured) at Borough Hall, 209 Joralemon Street (between Court and Adam Streets), Brooklyn, New York on Thursday, June 10. The Brooklyn Interdenominational Choir is an ensemble committed […]
I have a question for those of you who have performed the Duruflé Requiem with reduced forces. I’m using a version prepared by the composer for strings and organ (optional trumpets and harp) I have only five strings (string quartet plus bass) Some movements have no string divisi In several movements where there is divisi, […]
I was informed by one of the cantors at my church – on Mother’s Day, appropriately enough – that she found out a couple days ago she’s going ot be a mommy. I’m interestred in finding pedagogical resources that specifically address the issue of singing while pregnant. I suspect she will want to continue to sing for as […]