Download and preview the Music Book for the CMAA’s Winter Sacred Music 2016 today! The entire repertory is now available online!
Still deciding about joining us in Houston? Don’t delay. Register now and avoid late fees.
Please join the CMAA for its first Winter Sacred Music course January 4-8, 2016 in Houston, Texas at St. Mary’s Seminary. Experience the intense chant training of a week-long course and the joy of singing in a polyphonic choir in the first week of the new year.
During the week, study with two masters, Wilko Brouwers and Scott Turkington, as they share their expertise in chant and polyphony. Be a part of the lovely music in two liturgies during the week — one in the extraordinary form, one in the ordinary form, in addition to the basics of singing morning and night prayer. Join us for the week’s breakout sessions by Dr. William Mahrt, and daily Mass (Thursday) with the children’s choir from St. Theresa’s Parish in Sugar Land, TX.
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*Full payment of tuition by November 14th required for Early bird tuition rates.
featuring Richard Spotts
and the new Dan Jaeckel organ
in the Duquesne university Chapel of the Holy Spirit
November 20-23, 2015
Duquesne University will hold a conference exploring the legacy of Charles Tournemire’s L’Orgue mystique on November 20-23, 2015 on the campus of Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. Most of the events will happen on Monday, November 23rd.
Registration, conference schedule and details about hotel accommodations are available by downloading this document. For more information about registration, please contact: Vera Metz at email@example.com or by phone at (412) 396-6080. Forms may also be sent by fax at (412) 396-5479. Please address any questions to Benjamin Cornelius-Bates at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, November 20:
Duquesne University Chapel of the Holy Spirit
9:00-11:30 AM: Masterclass on Tournemire’s l’Orgue mystique by Richard Spotts and organ students of Duquesne University.
Sunday, November 22:
Extraordinary Form Mass, Duquesne University Chapel of the Holy Spirit
2:00 PM: Richard Spotts, organ, L’Orgue mystique office 51 (Last Sunday after Pentecost), Duquesne Schola Cantorum, Jacob Temple, conductor, Father Cyprian G. Constantine, O.S.B., celebrant, Servers from the Latin Mass Community.
4:00 PM Organ Artist Series, Jonathan Rudy, Shadyside Presbyterian Church, Shadyside – $12, not included in convention fee
Dinner in the Downtown or Oakland area
8:00 PM Choral Compline, Heinz Chapel, Oakland
Monday, November 23:
Lectures, Mary Pappert School of Music
8:30 AM: Registration, Mary Pappert School of Music, lobby, 3rd Floor
9:30: Welcome Ann Labounsky, Chair of Organ and Sacred Music, Room 322
9:30 – 10:30: Richard Spotts: “An Introduction to L’Orgue mystique: practical aspects of performance”
10:45 – 11:45: Ann Labounsky and Kevin Lyczak: “Practical aspects in teaching Tournemire’s styles of Improvisations“
12 Noon: Lunch served in the lobby, 3rd Floor
1:15 – 2:15: Benjamin Cornelius Bates: “Spectral Implications in Tournemire’s L’Orgue mystique”
2:45 – 3:45: Kevin Faulkner: “Recent Research in Charles Tournemire’s Music: A new Biography”
3:45 – 5:00: Open consoles on the new organs in 314 and 216
(The Conference/AGO Chapter will divide into two groups, attending one session in each room)
5:00-5:30 Demonstration of the new organ in 314 and 216; first session; Peter Luley and Joseph Tuttle
5:38-6:15 Demonstration of the new organ in 314 and 216; second session
6:30 Dinner on the fifth floor of the Power Center
7:45 Peter Luley: “Practical tips for maintaining organs,” Duquesne University Chapel of the Holy Spirit.
8:00-9:00 Richard Spotts; Program of l’Orgue mystique
The official language of the conference is English.