This year’s Colloquium is to be in Pittsburgh, at Duquesne University, June 29 – July 4, 2015. Don’t delay… register now to avoid any late fees. If you register and pay your tuition in full by May 15th, you’ll save yourself $50.
This year’s Colloquium features many options on breakout sessions, with a particular focus on children’s programs. With speakers from choir schools, Pueri Cantores and successful parish programs, you will learn about their successes and be able to take these ideas home for use at your parish.
This year also features the possibility of scheduling a private vocal coaching session with Dr. MeeAe Cecilia Nam during the week. For the first time, we will also have a limited number of private organ lesson sessions available from Dr. Ann Labounsky, Dr. Paul Weber or Jonathan Ryan.
Once again, we’ll have a new music reading session, where composers can hear their compositions sung by the attendees. In addition, composers can participate in a 3-day breakout schedule with David Hughes to collaborate with other composers to fine-tune their chosen composition.
For all the details about the event, including schedule, repertory, faculty and more, visit our Colloquium Details page…
Join us in Pittsburgh!
If you prefer to mail in your registration, please download a registration form and send it to us at CMAA, PO Box 4344, Roswell, NM 88202, postmarked by May 15th to receive regular tuition rates. Contact us at email@example.com with any questions.
Musica Sacra Florida
7th Annual Gregorian Chant Conference
Friday, May 15 & Saturday, May 16, 2015
at Ave Maria University, Ave Maria, FL
The Florida chapter of the Church Music Association of America (CMAA) and the Ave Maria University Department of Music are pleased to announce our seventh annual conference in Gregorian Chant.
The conference will include:
Father James Bradley, Catholic priest of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham (UK)
Special day-long Saturday sacred music workshop for children (ages 9 to 18) with renowned clinician Michael Olbash, board member of the American Federation Pueri Cantores, the international Catholic choral organization for children (www.pcchoirs.org). Participating children are invited to chant chant in the closing Mass on Saturday, and are invited to serve as the principal choir for the 10:00 a.m. Mass at Ave Maria Oratory on Sunday, May 17.
For more information on the conference, contact Susan Treacy, Ph.D., at: firstname.lastname@example.org | (239) 280-1668
For more information about the event, see the conference details page.
Attention Colloquium composers! The New Music Reading Session for this year’s Sacred Music Colloquium is scheduled for Thursday, July 2, 2015 at 4:30 pm at Synod Hall at St. Paul Cathedral in Pittsburgh. If you have a piece of music you would like to submit for inclusion in the 2015 New Music volume, please sent it to email@example.com in PDF format by June 15, 2015. Each composer may submit up to two pieces, for a total limit of 15 pages. A piece can be a motet or Mass movement, Latin- or English-texted, or other choral music suitable for the Roman rite.
In your e-mail, be sure to include your contact information for inclusion in the book. As this is a composers’ forum as much as a reading session, participation is limited to registered Colloquium participants. There is a $30 submission fee, paid through paypal or by check to our programs office (address: CMAA, PO Box 4344, Roswell, NM 88202). The fee covers the cost of printing the volume, and saves you from having to make 200+ copies of each of your submitted compositions.
In addition to the New Music Reading session, this year’s breakout schedule includes three days of breakouts with David Hughes, where you’ll be able to collaborate with other composers to fine-tune your compositions. Please bring at least 15 copies of the work you plan to use during the session for participants in the breakout.
If you have questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.