CMAA Chant Intensive
June 26–30, 2017, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA
Offered by the Church Music Association of America (CMAA)
The Chant Intensive lives up to its name: though no previous experience with chant is required, beginners and intermediate chanters should be prepared for full immersion from the start. You will learn or review how to read and fully navigate all aspects of traditional Gregorian notation (square notes), as well as an introduction to chironomy (directing chant) with a masterful teacher.
Forming the Sacramental Imagination: Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
June 26-30, 2017: The Senses of the Scripture, Notre Dame Conference Center
This program is designed for CGS trained catechists, parish catechists using other methods beside CGS, high school theology teachers looking to incorporate contemplative practice in the classroom, and parents wanting assistance in the religious formation of their children.
Notre Dame Vision for Liturgical Music Ministers
July 17-21, 2017: Liturgical Music and the Word of God, Notre Dame Conference Center
All those involved in the work of music ministry at the parish, diocesan, or school level.
4-Day Summer Course – Teaching Chant to Children
This four-day intensive course will present pedagogical techniques for teaching Gregorian chant to children and is ideal for Catholic schoolteachers, directors and teachers of religious education, directors of children’s choirs, and parents.
2017 Sacred Liturgy Conference to highlight the Liturgy as the “Voice of the Bridegroom”
Registration is now open for the 5th annual Sacred Liturgy Conference scheduled for July 12-15, 2017 in Medford, OR.
Join Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke, Archbishop Alexander K. Sample and Bishop Robert F. Vasa in Southern Oregon for a three-day immersion in the Church’s sacred liturgy and its living musical heritage. The theme of this 5th annual conference is “The Voice of the Bridegroom” and will focus on sacred liturgy, Church history and the role of Gregorian chant.