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CODA Concerts Choir Festival

Carnegie Hall New York City

March 28, 2022

Feature your choir on the main stage of legendary Carnegie Hall located in one of the most exciting cities in the world! Trust our attention to detail. Our expertise in event planning, production, and music education leaves you free to focus on your singers and their performance.

  • Costs & Electives

    Customize your desired festival content from
    the following performance options and itinerary electives.

    Costs are listed per person for each itinerary elective.

    • $125$75 20 minutes for your choir alone on the stage at Carnegie Hall, adjudicated by members of our award-winning guest faculty (requires a minimum of 40 singers)
    • $25 $15 festival chorus rehearsal and performance on stage conducted by Dr. Michael Culloton presenting a concert closer*
    • $60 $30 one-hour private ensemble clinic for your choir with one of our guest faculty*
    • $50 $35 20-minute private vocal coaching for individual singers with one singer chosen to perform on stage during festival
    • $40 $20 festival chorus rehearsal and performance on stage conducted by our composer-in-residence, Dr. Philip Silvey, presenting his new piece written for CODA*
    • $25 $25 one-hour lecture discussion with composer-in-residence, Dr. Philip Silvey, for students and teachers*
    • $100$50 20 minutes of stage time at Carnegie Hall for ensembles with less than 40 singers that combine with other smaller choirs to form a CODA Chorus for rehearsal and performance conducted by one of our world-class clinicians
    • $50 $35 90-minute conducting masterclass with Dr. Michael Culloton for students and teachers*
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    Included in All Festivals

    • STAFF: Professional production team, performance and venue management: stage crew, house management, ushers, box office, and official program including all ensemble participants
    • EXPERIENCE: Performance at prestigious hall covered by official photographer, all participants hear the performance of other choirs from across the United States in assigned house seats
    • PREPARATION: Festival chorus development, rehearsal space, and professional collaborative pianist
    • DIRECTORS & CHAPERONES: No fee (up to 1 per 10)
    • POST-CONCERT: One archival audio recording of performance, identification and souvenir lanyard for each participant, commemorative plaque for each ensemble, and photographs available for purchase

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    Schedule

    March 27, 2022
    Private Clinics, Coaching Sessions, and Masterclasses

    • Elected one-hour private clinic for your choir with award-winning guest faculty
    • Two-hour rehearsal of those students electing participation in CODA Chorus (combined ensembles who have less than 40 singers) with Dr. Michael Culloton
    • Elected one-hour festival chorus rehearsal with Dr. Philip Silvey preparing the new piece written by him for CODA
    • Elected one-hour festival chorus rehearsal of an established concert-closing piece with Dr. Michael Culloton
    • Individual singers may elect a 20-minute coaching session with a professional singer; coaches will select one singer to perform as a finalist on stage at Carnegie Hall on March 28
    • One-hour lecture discussion with composer-in-residence, Dr. Philip Silvey, for students and teachers
    • 90-minute conducting masterclass with Dr. Michael Culloton for students and teachers

    March 28, 2022
    Performance Day!

    • Festival performance at Carnegie Hall
    • Performance of the new piece written by Dr. Philip Silvey on stage at Carnegie Hall by those singers who elected participation in the festival chorus
    • 20-minute individual ensemble performances of choirs with a minimum of 40 singers, adjudicated by members of our award-winning faculty
    • 20-minute performance by CODA Chorus (combined ensembles with less than 40 singers) conducted by Dr. Michael Culloton
    • Solo performance by finalist chosen by vocal coaches
    • Performance of an established concert-closer on stage at Carnegie Hall by those singers who elected participation in a festival chorus conducted by Dr. Michael Culloton
    • All singers will be seated in the audience to hear the performance of other choirs from across the United States