Webinars – Working Virtually

Thee are recordings and/or information about webinars put out for members of the AGO by Headquarters. Further information may be found on the AGO HQ website: agohq.org

Thursday, August 20th, 2:00 pm MDT
Virtual Choir for the Rest of Us, Workshop: Part 2

Part 2 of this workshop will include participant follow-up discussions of hands-on software utilization, sharing of success stories and challenges. To attend Part 2 of this workshop, please register here.
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_2QU4WMdLSviUSGu6bgT95g

Thursday, August 13th, 2:00 pm MDT
Virtual Choir for the Rest of Us
Workshop:  Part 1

Carol Spradling, Presenter
Carol Spradling, director of music at First Congregational Church of Essex Junction, decided that the COVID “stay at home” order was going to mean that her small but mighty choir was going to adapt, rather than disband. Using Zoom rehearsals, smartphones, electronically distributed music, and the online digital audio workstation BandLab, she and her choir started scaling the learning curve between live choral singing and digital recording. This is a hands-on, nuts-and-bolts course in how to produce socially distanced audio recordings of your choir or ensemble (from home), using smartphones, laptops, and free software. To attend Part 1 of this workshop, please register here.

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_o11blJ-vTZmObCh3GkDRSQ

July 10th, 2:30 pm ET  (12:30pm MDT):
Planning a Smoother Experience for Substitute Organists and Hosts.
Join Sarah Bereza for a deep dive into what questions to ask and how best to prepare for work as a substitute organist.

Worksheet for this webinar:  AGO Substitute Organist Worksheet

When: Jun 19, 2020 03:30 PM EDT (1:30pm MDT)
Topic: Putting it Together: Vocal Tools for Effective Collaboration and Recording
Continuing in our series of technology webinars, featuring Regional Councillor Sue Mitchell-Wallace and Kevin Harris with Harrisland studios, this webinar will cover software for that can be used for recording and editing choral performances.

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