WESTMINSTER COMES TO THE MIDWEST!
DATES: July 27 - August 3, 2013
For the first time, Westminster Choir College will offer a summer program for high school students in the Midwest!
Hosted at William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri, this residential, weeklong experience for singers, ages 14- 18, provides an outstanding Westminster choral and vocal experience in an atmosphere of artistic and intellectual discovery.
We invite you to recommend your best students.
The program will feature:
James Jordan - one of the most influential choral conductors in America today and a prolific writer on the philosophy of music making and choral teaching. He is Professor of Conducting at Westminster Choir College.
Anthony Maglione - Director of Choral Activities at William Jewell College, and a Westminster Choir College alumnus.
Jonathan Lakeland – Staff accompanist at Westminster Choir College.
Brian Krajcik – Westminster alumnus, now on the choral faculty of Pennsbury High School in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania.
Fee: $995 (includes room and board)
Daily activities will include singing in choir every day, group voice lessons, and electives in conducting, piano, theory, and composition. Private instruction in piano, voice and conducting will be available for an additional fee. The week culminates in a gala performance on the campus of William Jewell College.
Westminster Choir College of Rider University is considered one of the finest schools of music of its kind in the world! The Westminster Symphonic Choir has performed over 350 times with the New York Philharmonic, and sung with major orchestras under virtually every internationally acclaimed conductor of the last 77 years.
Attending Westminster in the Midwest will be a life-changing experience for your students.
Westminster Office of Continuing Education