Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Choral Masterclass - TOP TEN - 1 - "organic approach and flawless technique" - SIGNUP DEADLINE TOMORROW

Pierre Massie, director of the Stairwell Carollers, surveys the setup for a Christmas concert
TOP TEN Reasons to Register!
#1  Pierre Massie (Stairwell Carollers director):
"I've had the opportunity to experience dozens of masterclasses with various presenters and Gabe was by far the most unique presenter I've had. 
His approach is very organic and his technique is flawless." 
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Gabriel Lewis O’Connor Choral MASTERCLASS 

DEADLINE TOMORROW - Only $25!

Choral Masterclass poster Deadline May 15th 2019
Choral Masterclass poster Deadline May 15th 2019
Gabe, a doctoral student in choral conducting at the University of Missouri-Kansas City,received his master’s degree from the same institution, studying with Dr. Robert Bode.
More about Gabe HERE.
Prior to graduate school, he sang for four years with Chanticleer.

To participate in The Masterclass you must…

  1. Be a current or former member of any Greater Ottawa/Gatineau region choir.
  2. Prepare the following three songs -
(Scores provided at registration – files are provided for practice purposes only)

Fa una canzone – Orazio Vecchi – Public domain

Tourdion (Quand je bois du vin) – Pierre Attaignant – Public domain

Remember – Stephen Chatman – copyright – Original scores provided at registration

MASTERCLASS 
Date: Saturday May 18. 2019
Time: 9 am to noon ( 8:30 am registration)
Cost: $25 

Music scores are included in your registration package


If sold out, email us.  Your name will be added to our cancellation list.

Click here to Register NOW

Workshop hosted by The Stairwell Carollers chamber choir - furthering choral excellence and development in Ottawa's choral community now for over 41 years. 


About The Stairwell Carollers:

Pierre Massie created our a cappella choir in 1977 while he was a music student at Ottawa University. We are ranked among the best of Ontario choirs, winning both the 2010 and 2013 Ontario Music Festival Association competitions. 

A registered Canadian charity, The Carollers also help local charities with net proceeds from concert, CD and cookbook sales.

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