Sharing the Song is designed for community song leaders seeking to strengthen and refine their skills so they can encourage beautiful music-making wherever they go!
WHAT WILL WE DO?
Sing and learn together, experiencing music from a wide range of musical traditions, cultures, and styles.
Under the guidance of master teacher Alice Parker, explore how song leaders lift song off the page through careful study of melody, text, musical style, and historic context. Learn more about Alice's sessions here.
Reflect on the energetic and physical dimensions of song leadership with Paul Vasile, focusing on holistic leadership practices that support dynamic communication. Learn more about Paul's sessions here.
Participants will practice leading the group in song and receive feedback and coaching from Alice and Paul.
Build a community of practice and support, as we connect with like-minded colleagues and peers from variety of contexts and musical backgrounds.
Commit to serving as community builders and teachers in our home context, creating spaces where singing together is a beautiful, inclusive, and life-giving experience for all.
WHO IS INVITED TO APPLY?
Choral conductors, singers, church musicians, educators, clergy, and community leaders passionate about sharing song with others. A degree in music is not required but knowledge of music theory and/or experience as a song leader or practicing musician will be helpful to our work together.
Individuals are also welcome to apply to attend as auditors, which invites attendance at all workshop sessions without group leadership opportunities and individual coaching.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
The individual registration rate for Sharing the Song is $600 per person. This includes all workshop materials, dinner on Wednesday evening, lunch on both Thursday and Friday, as well as refreshments throughout the workshop. The registration fee does not includes transportation or lodging. The application deadline is Friday, October 5.
The rate for Auditors is $450 per person.
Limited scholarship assistance is available on a first come, first served basis. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.