Last Chance to Register for Church Choral Director class with Greg Aune

Last chance to register for this weekend’s class:

Repertoire, Rehearsal, & Resources: Three “R’s” for the Church Choral Director

Teacher – Greg Aune
Half-day intensive

November 5, 2016, 1:00-4:00   Register
Gustavus Adolphus College (map)
800 W College Ave
St. Peter, MN 56082

aune_conducting_webThis class will focus on three key elements which are essential components for the successful church choral conductor and the church choir. There will be a reading session of both new and “tried and true” choral repertoire of various styles and voicings, during which specific rehearsal and musical elements of each particular score will be discussed and demon- strated. Additionally, some students will have the opportunity to conduct the class and receive feedback and coaching. We will also explore and discuss the role of the church choir as the leader in congregational song.

Cost – $95
(Bring as many from your church as you want! Registration includes one packet of choral octavos. Additional packets available for $45 each.)

Fulfills one certification elective requirement for Repertoire Studies
Continuing education contact hours – 3


Upcoming Class to be Rescheduled

The Working with Digital Mixer‘s class scheduled for November 12, 2016 will be rescheduled. Please watch for more information.


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Give to the Max Day in Minnesota is coming! It is a day of giving for the organizations you care so much about, like The Center for Worship & Music Studies. The day is Thursday, November 17. HOWEVER, beginning TODAY, November 1 through November 16, you can schedule your gift to be processed on November 17. So, YOU CAN PLAN AHEAD! Especially, if you think–like me–you will forget to do it on the day. To give to The Center for Worship & Music Studies you can go directly to this link.

We welcome and THANK YOU for your gifts which help us further our mission, which is:

  • to prepare musicians and other for planning and leading thoughtful and vibrant worship.
  • to equip them to teach and mentor others.
  • to train and support them in guiding their communities in the discernment of their worship practices.