Make plans to join the CMAA in bringing in the New Year is beautiful New Orleans, Louisiana. This year’s faculty include Dr. William Mahrt, Dr. Horst Buchholz and Dr. Paul Weber, along with Nicholas Will, organist.
For all the information about the course, visit our webpage here:
In addition to participation in chant and polyphony choirs, this year’s program will also feature a special early music concert by New Orleans’ Krewe de Voix Chamber Choir.
The workshop begins on Friday, July 21, at 1:30 p.m. and concludes with Mass at 5 p.m. Saturday, July 22. The program includes chant sessions, polyphony sessions, organ and voice lessons (by appointment), rehearsals for Mass, and a concert, as well as dinner on Friday and lunch on Saturday.
Dom Alcuin Reid, Fr. Thomas Kocik and other distinguished speakers will present talks at a conference in Peabody, MA in mid-September.
The “Culmen et Fons” conference is designed for clergy, liturgical ministers, musicians, and other interested laity.
The conference includes a track on sacred music, with chant and polyphony instruction presented by choral conductors Michael Olbash and David Hughes.
Information on talks, the schedule, and registration is at the conference website.