Wednesday, May 10, 2023

Sounds of Heaven - Chant Training Intensive for Music Educators, San Diego, July 16-20

We are very happy to share this press release about Canticle, an intensive training program for music educators, which will be held thus summer in San Diego, California, on July 16-20.

Unlock the Full Potential of Your Music Program with Sounds of Heaven: A Chant Training Intensive for Music Educators

Canticle, a wildly successful youth choir program, is excited to invite music directors, educators, and youth group leaders to their immersive conference, Sounds of Heaven. This Chant Training Intensive is designed for those looking to incorporate Gregorian chant into their music programs and build successful youth choirs.

Hosted by Mary Ann Carr Wilson and other experienced educators, the conference will be held from July 16-20 at the historic church of Our Lady of the Rosary in San Diego’s Little Italy.

Participants will have the opportunity to learn from experts in the field, meet like-minded professionals, and gain valuable tools and resources to help expand their repertoire and build a youth chant schola.

But it’s not all work and no play! The conference will include daily Continental breakfast and catered lunch, as well as a catered dinner meet and greet. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with other music professionals and bond over their shared love of sacred music.

The location couldn’t be better - just five minutes from the airport and with plenty of hotels and Airbnbs within walking distance.

Register now and get ready to experience the Sounds of Heaven! With Canticle’s method for success in working with youth choirs, attendees will have the knowledge and expertise to build a lifelong love of sacred music among the faithful. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to develop your skills, network with peers, and take your music program to new heights.

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