UC’s College-Conservatory of Music provides a comprehensive approach to studying choral repertoire in the Choral Conducting Master Class and Workshop offered July 10-14, 2017.
Participants in the summer program will study gesture, score study, vocalization and musicianship skills necessary for choral conducting. Repertoire will include choral works by Bartók, Kodály, Orbán, Kocsár and Ligeti.
The workshop is led by guest faculty member Katalin Kiss, a professor of musicianship and conducting at the Kodály Institute of Liszt Academy of Music, Hungary. CCM faculty includes Associate Professor of Music Education Eva Floyd, who is a specialist in the Kodály approach of choral music education. She holds advanced degrees in choral conducting from the University of Kentucky and the Kodály Institute.
Kiss is an international expert on choral conducting and contemporary choral repertoire. She founded the world famous Ars Nova Vocal Ensemble in 1990, and has conducted them at more than four hundred international concerts, winning sixteen first prizes and seven Grand Prix prizes at international competitions, including Champion of World Choir Games title in 2008 (Graz, Austria) and 2014 (Riga, Latvia).
CCM’s 2017 Choral Conducting Master Class and Workshop is now accepting applications. The application deadline is April 15, 2017; enrollment for CCM Summer Programs is limited.
Visit ccm.uc.edu/summer/collegiate-adult/choral-conducting for application details and more information on the program.