Monthly Archives: January 2012

world choir people

I subscribe to the choralnet daily updates, of course.  And I got an e-mail about the adjudicators being named for the World Choir Games. I was pleased, at first glace, to see a balance of men and women.  But then … Continue reading

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Oneness of Thought and Gesture

I’ve just finished writing up the handout for my sessions at the ACDA Eastern Division Conference next month.  It will be different from my session in Chicago, which was structured like a class with warm-ups and then teaching each movement, … Continue reading

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Jubilant Song

I spent most of today conducting the MMEA Western District Honor Choir, and it was very fun!  It was more fun than I’ve had in a long time, and I owe that largely to the singers, who were willing to … Continue reading

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