Building the Next Generation: The Denver Rocky Mountain Chapter Scholarship Program With the goal of developing future organists, the Denver Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Guild of Organists offers ...
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Voices in Community: The Organ and Congregational Singing A pipe organ is a community of voices: each pipe possesses unique physical and sonic characteristics, and each one’s voice is needed ...
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O Black and Unknown Bards "O Black and Unknown Bards" is an interactive workshop designed to explore the history of the spirituals and how to incorporate the rich legacy of ...
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Organs in Mexico Susi Tattershall trained as an organ builder in Canada, Switzerland, Spain, Italy and Austria. Attracted to the Spanish organbuilding traditions, Susi then forged a career restoring organs ...
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Breaking the Ice: Steps toward incorporating improvisation in service playing. Are you a little hesitant to break into a double fugue on the hymn of the day? This workshop will ...
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Composing for the Organ: Write What YOU Would Like to Play! When composing for the organ, begin with arrangements. When you have an already existing tune to work with, you ...
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Percussion in Worship Come join the co-author of "All Hands In: Drumming the Biblical Narrative" in a hands-on workshop on how to use percussion creatively in worship. Topics will include basic ...
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“It’s Not Just Herding [Artistic] Cats” Practical Planning for Multimedia Projects Creating a multi-media project requires more than simply bringing various artists and media together. “Plan, plan again, then plan ...
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Hidden Organ Gems for Service Music Discover a new piece of organ service repertoire; uncover a forgotten treasure! Just in time for next season’s planning, Joyce Shupe Kull, FAGO, ChM, DMA, ...
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Recreating Bach’s Organ Concertos Bach’s 1738 harpsichord concertos were long thought to be transcriptions of works originally for violin or oboe before their refashioning, mostly during autumn of 1726, as ...
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“Certification – Vital Dimension of AGO’s Educational Purpose” Certification — Vital Dimension of AGO’s Educational Purpose, will touch on AGO’s legacy of educational advancement for organists and choirmasters, with inspiring ...
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Professional Development Vicki J. Schaeffer, a native of Salem, Ohio, received a Doctor of Music degree from Indiana University, with a double major in organ performance and church music. Her ...
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Limericks, Lessons, and Life in Handbells An upbeat class with fun ideas on techniques, musicianship, ideas for rehearsal and performance and even thoughts on spirituality, of handbell programs.  A lively ...
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AGOYO Come join the Councilor for Young Organists in a presentation and discussion on what AGOYO is, how it started, its purpose and impact, and what future it has. Learn ...
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Creating a Choral Mosaic: Strategies for Achieving Blend with Your Amateur Choir Description will be coming soon!!! Ellingboe is an award winning composer and arranger of choral music, with over 150 ...
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A Better Back! And Other Health Issues on the Organ Bench BRIAN du FRESNE is a Massage Therapist specializing in work with professional musicians and athletes. Brian is a professional ...
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Mildred Andrews Boggess: Oklahoma's First Lady of the Organ Mildred Morford Andrews Boggess (1915-1987) was an outstanding twentieth century organ teacher and performer. She was the highest-honored Professor of Music ...
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Managing a Large Music Program This workshop is designed to help you explore ways to administer a graded music program. Become versed on how to structure, implement and improve your ...
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