Classes

Professional Development

Creating Artistry Workshop
with Henry Leck and Darren Dailey

Friday through Sunday, May 4-6, 2018
First United Methodist Church

Schedule:

Friday, May 4th

Workshop: Introduction of Repertoire and Principles of Conducting

Workshop with Lab Choir

Vocal Warm-up

Master Class with Conductor Coaching

Workshop: Laban session

(Dinner included)

Saturday, May 5

Workshop: Analysis in Preparation for Performance

Workshop with Lab Choir: Master Class with Conductor Coaching*

Afternoon: Rehearsal for Sunday morning service

(Lunch included)

Sunday, May 6

Morning: Church service

Afternoon: Dalcroze Movement, Boy’s Changing Voice, Creating Artistry Reading session

(Lunch included)

 

*Master Class Participants will be sent the repertoire they will be conducting in advance. 


About Henry Leck

Founder and Conductor Laureate, Indianapolis Children's Choir • Professor Emeritus, Choral Music, Butler University • Distinguished Music Advisor, KI Concerts • Artistic Director, MFA National Choir Festival 

 

 

Read Biography for Mr. Leck

 

Access Henry Leck Choral Series

 

 

Access Darren Dailey Choral Series

 


Options for Participation:

MASTER CLASS PARTICIPANT ($230) limited to 18R

  • Attend all three days
  • Get 10 minutes of podium time to conduct for Mr. Leck
  • Private coaching session with Mr. Dailey

OBSERVERS (1-Day: $87; 3-Day: $210)

  • Attend all workshop activities
  • Will not conduct for Mr. Leck
  • You may choose a 1-day or 3-day option

Details and Registration


For more information:
Melissa Barnes, Program Manager
904.353.1636, x 6

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