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Join Dr. Sandra Peter for a focused look at choral music composed by women.
All conductors--whether experienced, new in the field or students--can benefit from this presentation and information. Women are generally underrepresented as composers in our programming. The goal is to help broaden awareness of the available literature and encourage conductors to intentionally include women consistently.
1. Repertoire ideas for all voicings and levels of choral ensembles
2. Historical perspective on women in music, illuminating the need for advocacy and continued research
3. A wealth of resources, both books in print and digital databases, to aid one’s search for repertoire
MEET THE INSTRUCTOR
Dr. Sandra Peter is the Acting Director of Choral Activities at Stetson University (DeLand, FL), where she conducts Choral Union and the Stetson Men. From 1991-2013, she taught at Luther College (Decorah, IA), conducting Aurora (treble voices) and Cathedral Choir (mixed voices). Her choral works are published by MorningStar, Carl Fischer, and Neil Kjos, and she contributed chapters to Conducting Women's Choirs: Strategies for Success (GIA Publications). Active as a festival clinician throughout the US and abroad, Dr. Peter is a member of ACDA, NCCO, College Music Society, and Chorus America. She holds degrees from Concordia College (Moorhead, MN), the University of Arizona, and the University of Iowa.
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