The second International Symposium on Singing and Song (June 27-29, 2018) brought together scholars, performers and pedagogues, representing diverse disciplines, to share international perspectives, research and practices associated with singing and song.
Over 60 proposals submissions were accepted that addressed multi-faceted contexts of singing and song such as artistic, physiological, cultural, sociological, historical, pedagogical, compositional, psychological, medical…and beyond! Symposium programming included keynote and delegate presentations, performances, social gatherings, and opportunities for stimulating dialogue and networking.
The International Symposium on Singing and Song II programme included both traditional and imaginative presentation formats. Individual and collaborative submissions were included. Accepted proposals were grouped thematically by the program committee. Selected papers and presentations will be published in the International Symposium on Singing and Song II e-proceedings.
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PODIUM on the EDGE: Singing from Sea to Sea to Sea
PODIUM à l’extrémité: Chantons d’un océan à l’autre
Podium, Canada’s national choral conference and festival, is co-presented by Choral Canada and a provincial host every two years. The conference provides a unique opportunity for professional development through conducting master classes, numerous workshops and reading sessions for conductors, choirs and administrators, as well as outstanding performances by Canadian choirs including the National Youth Choir.
In 2018, The Singing Network and Memorial University hosted PODIUM on the EDGE: Singing from Sea to Sea to Sea | PODIUM à l’extrémité: Chantons d’un océan à l’autre (June 30 – July 3, 2018). PODIUM 2018 was the first time Podium was been held in Newfoundland and Labrador.