Chorus America's Online Learning Program Sponsored by Encore Tours

November 2, 2016 Tori Cook

Chorus America’s online learning program is a professional development opportunity that covers the topics choruses and choral leaders want to learn more about. During the 2016 – 2017 program season, six webinars will explore permissions and licensing, vocal pedagogy, fundraising, marketing, and more! Webinars are FREE for Chorus America members and $25 for non-members. 

Upcoming Webinars:

Permissions and Licensing

Wed, Nov. 9, 2:00 - 3:15 PM EDT

Abbie Betinis, composer

Chorus America Members: Free | Non-Members: $25

Securing the rights to perform, commission, record or distribute music is an enduring and evolving landscape for choruses. Composer Abbie Betinis will explain each of the different types of rights relevant to choruses, how to secure those rights, their importance to composers, and how evolving technology plays a role.

Sign up here to register for this webinar!

Vocal Wellness

February 22nd, 2017 at 2PM ET

Wendy LeBorgne, voice pathologist

Chorus America Members: Free | Non-Members: $25

This session will provide participants with an overview of specific anatomic, physiologic, and technical issues for singers of all ages. Voice pathologist and singing voice specialist Wendy LeBorgne will explore health and wellness practices and suggest hands-on vocal exercises. Participants will come away from this session with increased knowledge related to vocal health, wellness, and voice maximization for all singers.

Registration will open in January!

Be sure to check the Chorus America Online Learning website for more upcoming webinars.

About the Author

Tori Cook

Having grown up in a military family, Tori traveled the world at a young age and has visited over 25 countries to date. She is the former Director of Marketing and Business Development at Encore Tours and her passion for travel is matched only by her love of music. She holds bachelor degrees in Vocal Performance and Music Theory and currently performs with Chorus pro Musica in the Boston area. She also directs the Harborlight Show Chorus, a small barbershop chorus in the North Shore.

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