There’s no need for comments on the Choral Conducting Summer Academy by Ionian University. Though in case it’s in your interest field and you haven’t already applied for this year’s Academy, then read the experience of Eleni Internou, the conductor of the Iho – Children’s Choir and Vocal Ensemble, and take advantage of the short extension until Monday, 5th June.
One more wonderful conductors’ meeting took place this year, too, on the “singing” island of Corfu. It’s been the 5th time I attend the Choral Conducting Summer Academy, and I admit I left this time, too, with the best of impressions for the guest conductor, Maria Guinand. Συνέχεια… | More…
Member of the Board of the Pan-Hellenic Association of Choral & Instrumental Ensembles Conductors
This article was originally posted on International Choral Bulletin of International Federation for Choral Music (IFCM).
In the Greek educational system choir singing, in general education, is taught as an optional subject.
In Primary Education a choir functions during the afternoon hours (14.00-16.00), inside a cultural and creational frame of work. The students that take part in it are the ones that remain in the school after the end of their obligatory syllabus and it is suggested to those studying in the last four grades. In the morning sessions, the choirs are formed during the Musical Education subject and are primarily aiming at taking part in performances for school or national days’ celebrations but without taking into consideration the pupils’ vocal or acoustic abilities. Συνέχεια… | More…
From Friday 27th to Sunday 29th takes place at Thessaloniki Concert Hall the 7th Conference by G.S.M.E. (Greek Society for Music Education) under the subject
Formal and Informal Ways of Music Teaching-Learning
Since the announcement of the programmed we’ve outlined for you the choral part at the calendar. Συνέχεια… | More…