Friday, May 6, 2016

Let's Sing the Seasons!

Last Friday, I attended a meeting with some of the members of our team here at WLP. It was our final meeting about our Sing the Seasons choral reading sessions for 2016. We have a dedicated web site for these events. Check out the cities to which we will be bringing the choral reading sessions this coming summer. I know they are impossible to read right here, so check out the web site!

It is wonderful to be able to bring our fine choral music to pastoral musicians all over the country. I will be the clinician for the sessions in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, the Diocese of Pittsburgh, the Archdiocese of New York, and will join a team of WLP clinicians for our Chicago West session.

The music is quite varied. We will be presenting music for SATB, SAB, two-part, and children's choirs. Styles range from strong music from the African-American tradition to chant-based pieces to strong choral anthems to contemporary pieces.

It's not too early to reserve your space, so register today.

I leave tomorrow to spend five days in New Jersey where I will be leading a parish mission at Holy Spirit Catholic Community in Mullica Hill. Please pray for the people of the parish!

Gotta sing. Gotta pray.

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