Choral clinics give students from different choral backgrounds throughout the state an opportunity to rehearse and perform together under the direction of a professional conductor. Participation in these clinics will:
- Unify large and small choruses in the common goal of performing challenging choral repertoire
- Allow students to hear other groups perform in a positive, non-competitive atmosphere
- Give teachers an unparalleled opportunity to share ideas, music, and “tricks of the trade” and to benefit from first-hand observation of other choruses and conductors
- Offer students opportunities to be taught by other choral directors
Please note: This year, each site has different repertoire. Also, there may be limits to the number of students each site can accept. If you have any questions about this, please contact the site host.
October 24, 2019
St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Taylors; Millie Shiflett, site host
October 29, 2019
First Baptist Church, Irmo; Denise Tweito and David Nagelkirk, site hosts
Cane Bay High School, Summerville; Anna Wallace, site host
November 8, 2019
Boiling Springs Middle School, Boiling Springs; Millie Shiflett, site host
November 22, 2019
Aynor High School, Aynor; Leanne Altman, site host
Cane Bay High School, Summerville; Katie Hardwick, site host
6th Grade Mixed Clinics
March 5, 2020
St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Taylors; Jesse Biondi, site host
March 6, 2020
Conway Middle School, Conway; Casey David and Leanne Altman, site host
Pleasant Hill Middle School, Lexington; Camille Jones and Mickey Summerall, site hosts
Prefer to Send a Check?
If you prefer, you may use this Google Doc to create an invoice. Copy the file to your own Google Drive and edit the information between << and >> and print. Send the printed invoice along with a check no later than the registration deadline. Late or incomplete registrations will not be accepted.