July 22–29, 2016 in Plymouth, New Hampshire
The New England Choral Institute at the New Hampshire Music Festival is a one-week intensive for singers and conductors built around the preparation and performance of Johannes Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem.
All participants will sing in the chorus for the culminating performance of Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem with conductor Dan Perkins and the New Hampshire Music Festival Orchestra.
Auditions for the Institute are required either in person or via an electronic submission.
New Hampshire Music Festival Choristers may sing the Brahms without attending the Institute.
E-mail Brad Dumont at [email protected] for any questions or information.
COMMUNITY TRACK REGISTRATION
This series of rehearsals is meant for singers in New Hampshire who want to commute to rehearsals over the course of three weeks, three times a week. This follows the format of rehearsals that the Festival has used for the last two years and is open to anyone who completes a successful audition.
All events will take place at the Silver Center for the Arts in Plymouth, NH this year.
Saturday, June 11: 6-7:30 PM
Wednesday, July 13: 6-8 PM (Sectionals)
Friday, July 15: 6-9 PM
Monday, July 18: 6-9 PM
Wednesday, July 20: 6-9 PM
Friday, July 22: 6:30-9 PM
Saturday, July 23: 10 AM-12:30 PM
Monday, July 25: 7 PM
Wednesday, July 27: 8 PM
Thursday, July 28: 7:30 PM
CHORAL INSTITUTE REGISTRATION
This series is meant for singers and students looking for an intensive, immersive one week program of rehearsal and study.
Two participation tracks available:
Track 1: Holistic work for the experienced amateur vocalist or conductor
Day student participation fee: $300
Resident student participation fee: $450 (7 nights double room, campus housing)
Meal plan options and housing upgrades are available to fit a variety of budgets (details coming soon)
Track 2: Intensive program of study for college and graduate students with optional graduate credits (1–3) through a collaboration with Plymouth State University
ME 5560 Graduate Practicum in Choral Music (1–3 credits)
In-State: $530 per credit
Out-of-State: $605 per credit