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The Wallace Foundation Cultural Participation Initiative is pleased to partner with Chorus America to offer the next in our series of free workshops: "Adapting the Community Sing Model for Your Community." This 75-minute workshop immediately follows the free event "Community Sing with Chanticleer," in which audience members will be taught to sing with the ensemble and learn how to produce shimmering harmonies. Building on burgeoning interest in participatory cultural experiences, this workshop will offer arts professionals the opportunity to learn how to replicate the Community Sing model for their own constituencies. Artists and Carnegie Hall educators will discuss the mechanics of the presentation and share "How-to" tips for arts organizations interested in developing similar programs.
Presenters for "Adapting the Model for Your Community" include:
*Thomas Cabaniss, host of Community Sing; composer; arts education consultant
*Matthew Oltman, music director, Chanticleer
*Sarah Johnson, director, Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute *Elizabeth Snodgrass, manager, Community Programs, Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute.
Saturday, June 11th, 2011
(2:15PM - 3:30PM)
"Adapting the Model for Your Community" Workshop
(4:00PM - 5:15PM)
International High School Gymnasium
150 Oak Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
This workshop is free but space is limited so please register in advance for the event and workshop.
To register, please visit http://communitysingwithchanticleer.eventbrite.com/
We hope to see you there!
This workshop is made possible by The San Francisco Foundation and Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund through support from The Wallace Foundation. Please visit sff.org/Wallace for more information.