Registration is open for the University of Toronto Choral Conducting Symposium 2016.
For secondary school, church, and community chorus conductors. This intensive one-week seminar is an excellent opportunity or music teachers and community chorus conductors to gain professional development and continuing education credits. The combination of learning and camaraderie of fellow music teachers and other conductors makes for a stimulating and enjoyable experience.
Peek into the intriguing world of pedagogy and performance at the University of Toronto. January 12, 2012
Noon Concert 12:10 – 1:00 pm – Pedagogy Profs Perform
Soprano Lorna MacDonald, pianist Midori Koga, with violinist Erika Raum and Russell Hartenberger,
vibraphone, perform music by Mozart, Donizetti, Saint-Saëns, John Greer, and songs from Japan.
Workshop 1:30 – 3:30 pm – Pedagogy Workshops
Lorna MacDonald and Midori Koga, with doctoral voice pedagogy and piano pedagogy students, present a fascinating workshop exploring the expanding field of pedagogy. Explore balance, breath, and student-centered learning in the classroom and studio. Music teachers, performers, and students alike will enjoy this event.
Walter Hall, Faculty of Music
The University of Toronto