Choral Conducting Symposium

Unfortunately, the Choral Conducting Symposium will not be offered in an alternate format and will, regretfully, be cancelled for Summer 2020.

Choral Conducting Symposium 2021 APPLICATIONS will be available online this Fall.

Eugene Rogers, Director of Choral Activities, and Conductor of Chamber Choir, University of Michigan

Mark Stover, Assistant Professor of Music, Conducting and Associate Director of Choirs, University of Michigan

Julie Skadsem, Associate Professor of Music Education, University of Michigan

Rollo Dilworth, Guest Composer in Residence

This workshop is devoted to the enhancement of beautiful and communicative choral singing. Sessions on rehearsal techniques, Dalcroze, vocal technique, African and African-American music, social justice repertoire, score study, and movement will take place curing the Symposium. Students will conduct in call and be videotaped to aid in the evaluation of their work. Reading sessions of new repertoire will take place daily as well as practical opportunities for workshop participants. Rollo Dilworth will appear as our composer in residence.

Conducting Masterclasses
Score Study Sessions
Reading Sessions

2021 Schedule available Fall 2020.

Choral Conducting Symposium 2021 materials will be available online this Fall.

Choral Conducting Symposium 2021 applications will be available online this Fall.

No audition is required for this program.

All applicants are accepted upon completion of an online application and $50 non-refundable application fee.

Choral Conducting Symposium 2021 tuition rates will be available online this Fall.