Florida ACDA

The mission of the American Choral Directors Association is to inspire excellence in choral music through education, performance, composition, and advocacy.

Performing Choir/Interest Session Application for Fall 2016

April 14th, 2016

Greetings Colleagues in ACDA,
I am Andrew Larson, the current president of our Florida Chapter of ACDA. Please find two attachments under this message.

1. an application to have your choir perform at our FLACDA Fall Conference Nov 4-5, 2016. (entertaining applications from Florida choirs only)

2. an application to present an interest session, reading session, master class, etc. (entertaining applications from any ACDA member anywhere)

Please be in touch with me by phone, text, or e-mail if you have questions. We look forward to receiving your applications and to putting together a wonderful conference for this fall. Feel free to work with colleagues and mentors as you put your ideas together.
The details and deadlines are in the links below.

Andrew Larson
386-785-5160 (NEW NUMBER) Call or Text

Performing Choir Application FLACDA

Application for Interest Sessions FLACDA

ChoirTeach Resource

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Welcome to ACDA’s online magazine for choral director/music educators who are searching for answers and need fresh ideas or techniques to meet practical needs and challenges.

ChorTeach articles can be a breath of fresh air for you and provide you with ideas and techniques that give you a lift and aid your singers in reaching the goals you and they have set. ChorTeach is designed for those who work with amateur singers at all levels — public and private schools, churches, synagogues, community organizations, etc.

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