Workshop with Canadian Chamber Choir Feb 24

The Canadian Chamber Choir includes singers, conductors, composers, educators, choreographers and scholars of Canadian choral music. In one package, this group is able to address a number of our curriculum goals. This mini conference with the Canadian Chamber Choir will explore a number of music curriculum areas: vocal technique, conducting gesture, innovative programming including collaborations with indigenous musicians, choral arranging and composition, Canadian repertoire and more. 
Under the visionary leadership of Julia Davids, the choir convenes in a different region of Canada at least twice a year, offering concerts and mentoring choral practitioners of all ages and stages.
Wherever the Canadian Chamber Choir performs, they are met with praise for their expressive, committed interpretations, and their warm enthusiasm for sharing their gifts in the community. Concerts feature world premieres on every tour, workshops draw singers at any ability-level into vibrant music making, and masterclasses offer conductors and composers hands-on experience with one of the finest choirs on the continent.  
Learn more about the Canadian Chamber Choir:
Presented by Coquitlam Music Teachers’ Association, Coquitlam Teachers’ Association, with assistance from BCMEA and Coastal Sound Music Academy

When: Friday, February 24, 8:45am-2:30pm  
Where: Dr. Charles Best Secondary
2525 Como Lake Ave, Coquitlam

8:45am – check in 

9am – introductions and warm ups that teach vocal technique, with the Canadian Chamber Choir

9:45 – Canadian Chamber Choir mini concert

10:15 – coffee break/ time to chat

10:30 Special Topics #1 – choose from 
Vocal Technique 
Making the most of Male Voices 
Composing and Arranging

11:30 – lunch on site

12:15 – Special Topics #2 – choose from
Developing Voices/Q&A
Canadian Choral Repertoire 

1pm – short break

1:10pm – closing session with Canadian Chamber Choir: sing a piece all together, apply vocal technique

1:35pm – wrap up with Canadian Chamber Choir

1:45pm -2:30pm informal time to collaborate, share, process and debrief with colleagues


PayPal – to Michelle Reichert
etransfer to (email password to Michelle)
mail cheque to CMTA, attn. Michelle Reichert, 
Moody Middle, 3115 Saint Johns Street, Port Moody, BC V3H 2C6

Registration February 2-23, pay $25 for CMTA members; $45 for non- members

On-Site registration is $30 for CMTA member; $50 for non-members. Sorry, no early bird discount.