The Mary and John Sidgwick Scholarship Program, named in honour of the founders of the Orpheus Choir, was created in 1988‐89 as part of the Choir’s 25th anniversary celebration.
The intent of the Sidgwick Scholars program is to provide funds for young vocal students to become part of the Orpheus Choir, to share their talents with the Choir, while at the same time receiving the benefits of exposure to the Choir’s activities and broadening their solo experience and musical training.
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Performers ages 14 to 18 are encouraged to register for the Royal Conservatory’s 3rd Annual Vocal Performance Intensive.
Join young singers from across North America in this unique and immersive learning experience. Leading professionals and music educators provide daily lessons and coaching, as well as classes in acting, movement, diction, and musicianship skills. Students are encouraged to apply for one or both camps.
In an intensive, yet supportive, environment, students will experience life in a Musical School Program, further enhancing their studies with their teacher.
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As you may know, the NATS Ontario Vocal Showcase 2017 will be held at York University on Saturday and Sunday, 18th and 19th of November, with Classical classes taking place on the 18th of November and Music Theatre classes taking place on the 19th of November. And, as if that isn’t cool enough on its own? There’s more!
The NATS Ontario Executive is JUST THRILLED to announce the creation of several new classes, including:
- Young Singer / Grades 5 & 6 in both Classical Voice & Music Theatre
- Adult Beginner and Adult Advanced, which are divided into under 30 years of age and over 30 years of age in both Classical Voice & Music Theatre
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NATS Ontario is thrilled to welcome leading CCM & Music Theatre styles educator, Matthew Edwards to our upcoming PD Day on Saturday, May 6, 2017! Over the course of three sessions & a master class, Matt will address technical & stylistic ingredients in CCM & Music Theatre styles, including:
- how to prevent vocal injury
- how to alter resonance in CCM styles
- stylistic differences between musical theatre eras & styles
- how current audio technology affects our perception of the human voice on recordings.
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The Royal Conservatory School is thrilled to present the 2nd Annual Vocal Performance Intensive Camp. This year there are two intensive sessions: a one-week intermediate and a two-week advanced camp for singers aged 14 to 18.
Join young artists from across North America in this unique and immersive learning experience. Leading professionals and music educators provide daily lessons and coaching, as well as classes in acting, movement, diction, and musicianship skills. Students are encouraged to apply for one or both camps.
Each session provides multiple performance opportunities, giving participants a chance to showcase their new skills. Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to work with stellar faculty and to bond with your singing peers.
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The Faculty of Music at WLU seeks a full-time instructor in Applied Studio Voice for a two-year Limited Term Appointment for the academic years 2017-19, beginning July 1, 2017 (conditional upon budget approval). Duties will include private studio voice instruction and master class; other areas of the candidate’s expertise may be considered. Administrative duties and all other associated Faculty responsibilities shall be expected.
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Montclair State University is delighted to announce the 3rd Annual Singing Voice Science Workshop, running from June 7-9, 2017!
The Singing Voice Science Workshop is a friendly and inviting gathering of singing voice professionals who desire to become more familiar and comfortable with the science of the singing voice. Egos and know-it-all attitudes are left at the door as everyone, from the advanced scientist or practitioner to the curious novice, is welcome to learn about and explore in depth the exciting world of the science of singing.
This workshop is for teachers of singing and voice pedagogy as well as for professional singers, students of singing, and speech language pathologists who desire to know more about singing voice science. Whether you’d like to brush-up your pedagogy and science skills, learn the basics of acoustics, or familiarize yourself with VoceVista, this is the workshop for you.
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