Choral Conducting Charity Workshops
Enrolling in WYCCAA’s Charity Workshops to study new choral conducting theories and teaching techniques.
Past Workshop Highlights
WYCCAA invites international choral maestros to host charity workshops from time to time. It is aimed at enhancing students’ conducting skills, choir training methods and broadening their knowledge of choral music pieces. Previously, charity workshops were held in a number of major cities in China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Nanjing, Hefei and more. Past workshop teachers include Prof. Leon Shiu-wai Tong, President of WYCCAA, Dr. Brady Allred, Vice-President from U.S., Dr. Milan Kolena, Vice-President from Slovakia, Prof. Martin Berger, Vice-President from South Africa, Mr. Da-peng Meng, Vice-President from China, Dr. Cristian Grases from Venezuela, Dr. Zoltan Pad from Hungary, Prof. Ragnar Rasmussen from Norway, Ms. Urša Lah from Slovenia, Prof. Bao-lin Yan and Prof. Jin-ming Zhu from China.
Charity workshops are specially designed for choral conductors, music teachers, students and choral music lovers. In order to explain the complicated theories in a lively way, masters usually deliver the lesson along with the performances by demonstration choirs. Demonstration choirs also involve in choral clinics. In Charity Workshops, you can learn about conducting skills, training approaches and study and analyze diverse choral music pieces.