Ultimate Summer Workshop for Choral Directors
June 22-25, 2014
Carthage College, Kenosha, WI

The Conductor's Craft seminar is designed for high school, 
			community and college choral directors (or those who aspire 
			to be) and college undergraduate and graduate music majors. 
			Each workshop will explore a variety of choral topics in depth 
			and provide each participant with over 100 new and classic 
			choral octavos from multiple publishers in SATB, SSA and 
			TTBB voicings. Presented by... Retail Partner: JW Pepper Follow Us Facebook

Experience motivational workshops
featuring distinctive choral literature
and inspiring clinicians:

Paul Caldwell Patti Drennan Roger Emerson Eduardo Garcia-Novelli Mark Hayes Jerry Rubino Pearl Shangkuan Jo-Michael Scheibe

Church Music Sessions
Patti Drennan, Mark Hayes, and Jerry Rubino
Sunday Afernoon and Evening

Here's what our participants
said about the 2013 Conductor's Craft:

The very best and most comprehensive summer Hal Leonard workshop I've ever attended!
Conductor's Craft is a potent, participatory, and transforming experience. Not only did I receive a wealth of valuable ideas, I was affirmed and encouraged by wonderful moments of wisdom from some exceptional presenters.
I enjoyed the variety of presenters. There was something for everyone, and the topics that didn't directly relate to me helped me to begin dreaming.
I have come away renewed and ready to take on another school year!
Conductor's Craft was renewing, refreshing, and validating. I will use and revisit my materials often!
I am amazed by and grateful for the fantastic clinicians you are able to offer. I am renewed and inspired!
Conductor's Craft is the best value in continuing education and choral reading. The topics bring the freshest in choral trends and techniques. I get a great sense of having accomplished something exceptional with my time.
This is a great blend of choral reading sessions and substance. I feel like my batteries are recharging, and I'm returning home feeling more like an artist