Confident chorister: music reading
Pre-registration is required for these classes.
This workshop is for singers new to choral singing and/or music reading.
Learn to read music independently. Develop the skills so as to not rely on MIDI files and other recording means to learn your music. Grow your confidence in your learning abilities.
During this workshop you learn the basic of music reading, including the name of the notes, accidentals, and rhythm. You will practice your new skills using easy pieces and exercises. You will develop a basic sense of tonality to help you stay in key. You will also learn about simple modulations.
This workshop is for singers with prior choral singing and/or music reading experience.
Building on the skills of the Basic music reading workshop, learn how to read music independently without the use of MIDI files and other recording means. Grow your confidence in your learning abilities.
During this workshop you learn how to sight-read music without the help of an external tool. You will learn how to develop a strong sense of tonality. You will learn how to easily approach modulations and how to deal with enharmonic.
This workshop is for singers wanting to approach modern and complex (including atonal) music.
Building on the skills of the Intermediate sight-reading workshop, learn how to approach complex and less tonal music both in preparation and in a sight-reading environment.
During this workshop you learn how to sight-read your line in complex harmonies. You will learn to hold your own in close harmonies even when singing one on a part.
10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Grace Lutheran Church: Sanctuary
1107 Main street West, Hamilton
- Sight-reading expanded tonal pieces
- Singing one on a part in complex harmonies