Clinicians for 2021:
The symposium faculty brings a weatlh of conducting experience to their pedagogical approaches. Collectively, they have worked with voices of every age, in schools, universities, churches, and communities across four continents. Individually, they have conducted at major venues and conferences in the US and in the UK, as well as in South Africa and Taiwan.
Dr. Alicia W. Walker
Director of Choral Studies, University of South Carolina
Dr. Jabarie Glass
Associate Director of Choral Studies, University of South Carolina
Dr. James M. Meaders
Artistic Director, Vox Anima London
Proposed Schedule (subject to change):
Sunday, June 27
|5:00 PM||Limited Time Only Chamber Choir Concert|
|6:00 PM||Welcome Dinner|
|7:30 PM||Introduction & Opening Conducting Workshop|
Monday-Wednesday, June 28-30
|9:00 AM-Noon||Choral Literature/Performance Practice Class|
|1:30-3:00||Applied Conducting Lessons or Reading sessions|
|3:30-5:30||Conducting Master Classes|
Wednesday, June 30
|7:00 PM||Conducting Recital|
Registration (Available through June 1)
Online only: $75
Late Registration, add $50 (through June 15)
Choir in Residence: Limited Time Only Chamber Choir
Concert, Sunday, June 27
Limited Time Only is a chamber choir of music educators and singers from the MIdlands of South Carolina. The choir's diverse repertoire features early music and works by current composers. Their regular concert season includes performances in Columbia in the fall and spring semesters. LTO was invited to perform for South Carolina's ACDA conference, and the ensemble was the headliner for the Voices of Light Festival in Tainan, Taiwan, during their 2019 international tour.
We are pleased to have LTO in performance to open the symposium, and throughout the week as our conducting lab choir.
Major work score study: Mendelssohn's Elijah; Jubilate Deo by Dan Forrest
Additional repertoire will include works by Finzi, Hagan, Byrd, Schütz, Kirchner, and more!