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LOCATION WORKSHOP
8:50AM, Hockett

TELLING THE STORY: DRAMATIC FOCUS FOR OPERA SINGERS

Joshua Collier

Finding dramatic specificity in operatic repertoire. Participants should bring an aria from the operatic or musical theatre repertoire that they would like to work dramatically.

9:50AM, JJWCM 3304

ARTISTS FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE IN ACTION

Rachel Schutz

Interested in fostering discussions about Social Justice issues on campus and in the broader community? Join us for a workshop to explore how we can use the arts to draw attention to pressing issues. We'll be working to develop some pieces that we can take into our community and get people talking.

10:50AM, Presser

STORYTELLING IN MUSIC

Martha Guth

Diction, expression, context, focus, and perspective when it comes to telling a story from the stage in any texted musical genre. Participants should prepare a song in any language.

12:05PM, Hockett

BAROQUE STYLES AND ORNAMENTATION FOR RECITATIVES AND ARIAS

Dann Coakwell

Exploring considerations for style, gesture, and ornamentation within baroque recitatives and arias. Participants should prepare one aria, or recit/aria combo from the Baroque period (and language).

1:05PM, IRR

TEACHING AGES 5 TO 75: EVERYONE CAN SING!

Melissa Rooklidge

A workshop with Melissa Rooklidge, M.M.E., the founding artistic director of the Odyssey Choir and Kodály Musicianship teacher at Opus Ithaca, who has more than a decade of experience educating all ages of musicians. This interactive lecture will feature techniques for teaching music literacy and aural skills to elementary school students through adults, utilizing the Kodály methodology and building foundational skills for singing in a choir.

2:05PM, Speech & Hearing Clinic

STROBOSCOPY AND VOICE PHYSIOLOGY LAB

Carly Jo Hosbach-Cannon

Opportunity for students to participate in a rigid stroboscopy lab, and ask any questions related to voice or speech science.

3:05PM, JJWCM 1207

IMPLICIT AND EXPLICIT BIAS IN THE MUSIC CLASSROOM

Susan Mislove Donnelly

A (very) brief discussion about my journey as a music educator, uncovering my White privilege, understanding how cultural Whiteness affects my teaching and my daily responsibility to create change in the music classroom.

4:05PM, Green Room

SINGING WITH ARTBUNDANCE

Carol McAmis

ARTbundance Creativity Coaching can add a rich dimension to creating a performance, a themed recital, a character or defining yourself as an artist. This multi-dimensional approach uses all of the arts -drawing, writing, singing - to develop personal creativity and vivid, charismatic performances. Bring a song you are working on so that you can explore it ARTbundantly!

While art-making supplies will be available, participants are encouraged to bring any favorite art-making supplies, photos, stickers, etc. that relate to a song or aria that they are working on.

5:05PM, JJWCM 3302

SECOND CHANCE AUDITION

Joshua Collier

An opportunity for casting feedback and working on audition techniques. Participants should prepare an aria from the standard repertoire that they would present in an audition setting.

6:05PM, JJWCM 3302

SECOND CHANCE AUDITION

Joshua Collier

An opportunity for casting feedback and working on audition techniques. Participants should prepare an aria from the standard repertoire that they would present in an audition setting.