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Randall Bradley - Building Community through Rehearsals (2019 Alleluia Conference)
Description: We are responsible for creating a hospitable environment in our church choirs. This session will examine strategies for fostering a communal environment in any setting involving choral music. Vulnerability, trust, nurture, honesty, s (More)
Jerry McCoy - Warming Up the Brain and the Voice (2019 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Building expressive tone in warm-ups and rehearsals.  The class will discuss and participate in vocal, mental, and physical warm-up exercises.  The class will also briefly discuss and implement various seating arrangements and voice (More)
Jerry McCoy - What the Conductor Does Not Decide, the Singers Will (Alleluia 2019)
Description: The class will take apart a score and discuss and select the myriad choices the conductor must make prior to the first rehearsal. If we don't make the choices, the singers will! Location: McCrary Music Building, Baylor University (More)
Hilary Apfelstadt - How Firm a Foundation: Warmups in the Choral Rehearsal (2009 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Building tone, developing vocal technique, improving pitch and rhythm skills: all these and more can be accomplished through effective warm-ups with emphasis on practi (More)
Hilary Apfelstadt – Leadership 101: Fundamentals of Leadership Style for Conductors (2009 Alleluia Conference)
Description: This session is based on principles about leadership styles among conductors, as well as findings from business and education, with particular attention to gender issues. (i.e. Do men and women lead differently? If so, how?) Other ques (More)
Hilary Apfelstadt – Leadership 102: Fundamentals of Effective Conducting (2009 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Conducting leadership is multifaceted. One of the most visible aspects is that of gestural command. Using several musical examples, participants will engage in a review of effective gestures that exemplify good leadership through clari (More)
Anton Armstrong - Body, Mind, Spirit, Voice: Our Calling as Pastoral Church Musicians (Alleluia Conference 2011)
Description: addition, commentary will reflect upon ways in which we may become more inspirational choral pedagogues and nurture the peole we teach as caring, compassionate and expressive people of faith. http://cdish.com/ccms/147369-audio. (More)
Anton Armstrong - The Challenges of the Underdeveloped Singer (2011 Alleluia Conference)
Description: In his career, Anton Armstrong has worked with children through adults. This session will explore the challenges that have been common in all age groups for those who have difficulty in matching pitch accurately and other vocal issues. (More)
Anton Armstrong - Do You Hear What I Hear: Part I (2011 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Two sessions in which Anton Armstrong will discuss rehearsal goals and strategies which nurture our singers as healthy and artistic singers. Location: McCrary Music Building, Baylor University - Waco, Texas   (More)
Anton Armstrong - Do You Hear What I Hear: Part II (2011 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Two sessions in which Anton Armstrong will discuss rehearsal goals and strategies which nurture our singers as healthy and artistic singers. Location: McCrary Music Building, Baylor University - Waco, Texas   (More)
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