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Virtual Choral Rehearsal Webinar with James Jordan

Building Choral Sound, Vocal Technique, and Music Literacy through Virtual Rehearsal

Join panelists James Jordan, Sean McCarther, Corey Everly, Jason Vodicka, and more as they share virtual rehearsal techniques used at Westminster Choir College.

Learn the process, methods, and techniques for the virtual teaching and learning of music all based upon Music Learning Theory and Voice Science.

This presentation was originally offered as a webinar on Sunday, November 15, 2020.

For handouts and more information, visit bit.ly/VirtualRehearsalHandouts

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