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Upcoming Events

Voctave

December 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Join Composer and Excelcia Choral Music Editor, Jamey Ray, as his musical group, Voctave, perform their Spirit of the Season tour.

Symphoria : Holiday Pops

December 13 @ 7:30 pm - December 14 @ 9:30 pm

Conducted by composer Sean O’Loughlin, Holiday Pops is a family tradition. This performance features holiday favorites and soon to be favorites, with a “cast of thousands,” including the Syracuse Pops Chorus, special guest vocalist, broadway star and Syracuse native, Lizzie Klemperer, and dancers. Kids under 18 are always free for regular season concerts! Bring the…

Voctave

December 14 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Join Composer and Excelcia Choral Music Editor, Jamey Ray, as his musical group, Voctave, perform their Spirit of the Season tour.

Minute Clinics

Carl Strommen

Owning the Piece: A Composer’s View of Writing Commissions

By Carl Strommen | November 5, 2019

Below’s blog is based on an interview conducted by Worldstrides/Heritage in 2015 with composer Carl Strommen.  “On the Wings of Angels” by Carl Strommen, commissioned by Worldstrides/Heritage, is published and available from Excelcia Music Publishing. The way I approach commissions depends on the type of…

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An Eye for the Detail

By Chris Thompson | October 29, 2019

Rehearsing the ensemble, or smaller groups within the ensemble, can serve many ends. The kind of work you take on should depend on what you seek to produce. Whatever your time frame and/or notes that you are attacking, it’s helpful to identify the specific outcome(s)…

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Why Improvisation? An Approach to the Art of Improv

By Jason Taurins | October 7, 2019

In my experience, many musicians, especially those of us with a background in classical music, are at best uncomfortable and at worst terrified of the word ‘improvisation.’ Yet for centuries, improvisation was a part of every musician’s repertoire. It is said that J.S. Bach could…

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Attention Music Educators: Announcing FOUNDERS CLUB!

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