at this moment I don't see a possebility for an choral exchaing. To have a masterclass or seminar in SL is realistic and would be a very interesting thing. The charges would be the flight costs and lodging and the rest would depend on your possebilities. So, money wouldn't be the primary thing. Coming together and be happy by learning and singing would be a good honorarium if there is no 'real' money. Pleas, contact me directly on my @ adress because it's for me easier then to use this but more compicated Singer Link. In two weeks I'm going to South Africa where I gave the initiative to start an International Choral Centre. They did it and now I'm starting there my teaching pogram for choir directors and singers. It's a 3 part Course at arround 100 hours of teaching. I created with the Croatian Choral Directors Association an International program for the development of choral music in the world. We have a big and good expirience in educating choral directors and choral singers and we want to spred out our experience into the world to help colleagues who want that help. If you want I can send you some infos abou that. Waiting for your email and adress.
Hallo to The Revelations,
nice to read from you and I'm a lucky guy to be recognized by you on the web!! Did you enjoy all your prizes at home? Hope that everybody in your country was informed about your succes in Graz. I'd like to have CDs with choral music and choirs from your country for the library of the Croatian Choral Conductors Ass.. Can you buy some for me? Is it possible to have a seminar or masterclass for choirs and choir directors in SL?
Great to be a part of this. Am the conductor and also singer in the male voice choral ensemble from Sri Lanka 'The Revelations'. We had the pleasure of participating in Graz 2008 and were fortunate to win two categories ... male vocal ensemble and gospel & spiritual vocal ensemble to ended up with 2 championship titles, 2 Gold Medals and 1 Silver. We had a fabulous time meeting and getting to know other choirs and sharing the music.
6th International choir and orchestra festival in Budapest (Hungary)https://www.mrf-musicfestivals.com/BUDAPEST – a city with one of the best locations in the worldNo visitor of the Hungarian capital can resist its beauty. The city enchants, impresses, and fascinates at the same time.…See More
From July 15th to 19th 2020, Vienna, the music capital of the world, will be once again the stage for children and youth choirs from all around the world. Under the slogan "Coming together to sing, singing for a better future", the young participants will promote world peace by means of their music. The World Peace Choral Festival aims at enhancing intercultural understanding and communication and producing mutual respect and harmony. The festival's highlights will include the opening ceremony…See More
PerformersJoseph Michael Martin, Composer/ConductorMack Wilberg, Composer/ConductorChristopher W. Peterson, Guest ConductorRobert Istad, Guest ConductorFeaturing Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers InternationalProgramThe Music of Joseph MartinThe Music of Mack WilbergBernstein: Chichester PsalmsHanson: Song of DemocracyDCINY celebrates President’s Day with a program of patriotic and original works from American Composer/Conductors. The Distinguished Concerts…See More
PerformersJonathan Griffith, ConductorDebra Cook, SopranoDistinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International| ProgramJohn Rutter: RequiemDCINY celebrates President’s Day Weekend with the works of American composer John Rutter. The Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Singers perform Rutter’s Requiem under the baton of Maestro Jonathan Griffith.See More
November 18, 2019 at 6pm to December 31, 2019 at 9pm
ATTENTION CHORAL SINGERS! Taconic Opera invites you to collaborate on an upcoming PREMIER PERFORMANCE of an original oratorio composed by our very own director, Dan Montez: Esther. This story of the woman who saved the Jews from their first threat of annihilation will be performed in March 2020 during which Women’s History Month and Purim are celebrated. This is Maestro Montez’s 6th oratorio in a series of biblical themes including Enoch, Jonah, Daniel, Job and David which all premiered to rave…See More
Rachel Eve Holmes is an American soprano recently described as “expressive and subtle, with a stunning instrument” (Capital Times). A Georgia native, Holmes’ performing career has taken her to Belgium, China, Italy, Austria, Canada, and the Czech Republic, as well as all over the United States. This performance marks her DCINY Artist Series debut at Carnegie Hall.Ticket $20-$100!See More
Come and enjoy our annual Christmas offering. Music, Mince-Pies, Mulled WineMusical Director – Tomos Watkins Programme:There is a flower – John RutterIt came upon a midnight clear – Trad. arr. David WillcocksOs justi – Anton BrucknerAve Maria – Anton BrucknerA spotless Rose – Herbert HowellsHere we come a-wassailing – Trad. arr. John RutterDeck the hall – Welch Trad. Arr. David WillcocksO little town of Bethlehem – Trad. Arr. Vaughan WilliamsIntervalJesus Christ the apple tree – Elizabeth…See More
Here's a preview of an new book about Joseph Flummerfelt
In Conversations with Joseph Flummerfelt: Thoughts on Conducting, Music, and Musicians, Donald Nally presents a window into the mind and heart of one of America's most celebrated and distinguished choral…