Diversity in Composing Workshop 2021 (On-Demand Access)

Details

March 13, 2021 through July 16, 2021
Online

Description

Diversity in Composing Workshop: Next Level Lessons for Composers in Navigating Choral Music Publishing. (Online Event)

Choristers Guild and its partners are hosting this event as part of our commitment to:
1. Actively engage and support those creators who have historically been underrepresented in choral music publishing
2. Intentionally and consistently seek to realize diversity and inclusivity in our programming and outreach

This fully online workshop is open to all composers and scholarships will be available for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) attendees. 

All attendees will have access to recorded versions of the sessions.

Clinicians include:

  • Anton Armstrong
  • Mark Patterson
  • Mark Miller
  • Victor Johnson
  • Brandon Boyd
  • Katie Houts
  • Mark Burrows
  • Dan Forrest

 

General Registration - $25.00

To apply for a scholarship, please fill out this form, and email to (royalty@choristersguild.org). Scholarship applications are due by June 15th. 

Here is what you can look forward to:

Opening Remarks and Vision - Anton Armstrong

Composing for Youth and Children - Mark Patterson         

Composing with a Social Justice Mindset - Mark Miller

Submitting 101: What You Need to Know - Victor Johnson

Publisher’s Showcase - Brandon Boyd

The Self-Editing Process - Katie Houts

Authenticity: Discovering Your True Voice - Mark Burrows

Composing for the Church and Concert Market - Dan Forrest

Closing Remarks - Sandy Rosales

Sessions willb be available for viewing through June 30. 

Conference Registration

  

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