International Symposium on Singing and Song II (June 27-29, 2018) - 70 papers and presentations from 11 countries accepted!

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PODIUM on the EDGE: Singing from Sea to Sea to Sea (June 29 - July 3, 2018)

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The Singing Network to host Podium 2018 in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador Canada

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Podium 2018 UPDATE Newsletter (September 2017)

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Ki Adams, The Singing Network co-founder, elected to International Federation for Choral Music (IFCM) Board of Directors

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The Singing Network is the starting point for creating and building a MUN-provincial-national-international network of individuals and organizations interested in singing and song: scholars, performing artists, educators, students, as well as professional and community-based musicians organizations and associations. The network generates and produces a series of voice-singing-choral events ranging from workshops, seminars, master-classes, performances, dialogues, the formation of new ensembles, and a biennial International Symposium on Singing and Song.

Upcoming Events

LAST CALL for Early-Bird Symposium Registration - February 15 DEADLINE

Save the date for the next International Symposium on Singing and Song II.
June 27-29, 2018

Registration is now open!

Plan to stay on for Podium 2018, Choral Canada's national choral conference and festival.

PODIUM on the EDGE: Singing from Sea to Sea to Sea

PODIUM à l’extrémité: Chantons d'un océan à l'autre
June 29-July 3, 2018


Enjoy both events. Spend the full week with us!
SAVE 20% on Regular/Student registration fees for each event
when registering as a full delegate for both the Symposium and Podium.

June 27 - July 3, 2018

Stay with us even longer to experience the St. John's International Sound Symposium XIX
(July 5-15, 2018), an international celebration of sound and a catalyst for the
generation of new ideas and new directions in music, visual and performance art.

Sound Symposium

Partners: Memorial University of Newfoundland, Bruneau Centre for Excellence in Choral Music