MASTERCLASS OPPORTUNITY

To participate you must…

  • Be a current member of any Greater Ottawa/Gatineau region choir.
  • Prepare the following three songs  (Scores provided at registration – the files below are provided for practice purposes)…
Fa una canzone – Orazio Vecchi – Public domain
SCORE MUSESCORE VIDEO
Tourdion (Quand je bois du vin) – Pierre Attaignant – Public domain
SCORE MUSESCORE VIDEO
Remember – Stephen Chatman – copyright – Original scores given at registration
SCORE MUSESCORE VIDEO

 

 

 

 

MASTERCLASS DETAILS

Date: Saturday May 18. 2019
Time: 9 am to noon (please arrive by 8:30 am to register)
Cost: $25.  All music scores are included in your registration package.
Location: Saint Joseph Parish Hall, 2757 St. Joseph Blvd, Orléans, ON K1C 1G4
There is room for 50 participants, available on a first come first serve basis
Click on the Canada Helps logo to register. Deadline is May 1, 2019

Click here to Register now
Only 50 spots available

Clinician Information:
Gabriel Lewis O’Connor
Former member of Chanticleer

GABRIEL LEWIS-O’CONNOR, recently returned to the Midwest from Seattle, Washington, where he was an active singer, director and choral clinician.  Currently a doctoral student in choral conducting at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Gabe received his master’s degree from the same institution, studying with Dr. Robert Bode.  Prior to graduate school, he sang for four years, with the professional vocal ensemble Chanticleer.  Gabe received a bachelor’s degree from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin, and hails from Lawrence, Kansas.  As a teacher and conductor he frequently leads both vocal masterclasses and choral clinics at the high school and collegiate levels, and, above all else, is passionate about sharing music with others
When not making music with others, Gabe tries to spend as much time outside as possible with his wife Lauren, fishing-obsessed 7 year-old son Eamon, and fiery 5 year-old daughter Celia.

DOWNLOAD MUSESCORE FOR MAC OR WINDOWS
This software is free and very flexible when practicing.
Use F10 to mute the other vocal parts and/or adjust the volume for each.
Use F11 to adjust the global playback speed. Great to slow the piece down when rehearsing.