Here’s a shout-out to Jennifer Donelson and her colleagues in the Archdiocese of New York for their extensive offerings in music and liturgy this fall. It is so important that diocesan offices offer formation to parish people ministering in liturgy and music, and the archdiocese is to be commended for putting on such an extensive program.
Go here for further information on the offerings listed below.
Not to be nit-picky, but I do want to suggest politely that it is unfortunate that the chant instruction uses the old Ward Method. The official chant editions use revised square-note notation which is not intended to be sung in the “old Solesmes” equalism of the Ward Method, and everyone knows that the revised Graduale Romanum will used the same revised notation. But anyway: it’s not a deal-breaker for me, and I truly wish the participants in the workshops great joy in singing Latin chant!
- Principles of Sacred Music – St. Joseph’s Seminary, Poughkeepsie, Yonkers, and Huntington New York Campuses
- Third Season of the Metropolitan Catholic Chorale (New York Metro Area) – Fall Auditions
- Square Notes: The Sacred Music Podcast – October 2018 Launch!
- Introduction to Liturgy – St. Joseph’s Seminary, Poughkeepsie, Yonkers, Huntington, and Douglaston New York Campuses
- Gregorian Chant for Children Ages 5 to 14 – Ward Method Classes at Colm Cille Homeschool Co-Op (New York Metro Area)
- 2018 Annual Society for Catholic Liturgy International Conference (Miami, Florida)
- Organist Training Program and Vocalist Training Program through the Archdiocese of New York Office of Liturgy
- Sacred Music Workshops through the Archdiocese of New York Office of Liturgy
- Gradual Romano en Español – a new resource for Spanish-language sacred music
- Private Lessons in Chant Conducting (In-Person or Online)
- Practice recordings for the chants of the new Misal Romano