Tiffin University's Inaugural African American Music Festival
Friday, February 23, 2018
Tiffin University Performing Arts Lab & Marion Center Educational sessions & performances from 10am-5pm Evening concert at 7pm
Tiffin University welcomes high school, college, church and community choirs for a day of performances, workshops and classes in gospel music, spirituals, and other music steeped in the African American tradition.
Participating choirs receive coaching and choral clinics by experts in gospel music, spirituals, and jazz. Educational sessions on performance, history and pedagogy are open to all students and teachers. All participating choirs may perform during the day or on the evening concert. The festival culminates with a mass choir performance by all participants.
The Festival will be held in Tiffin University's new Performing Arts Lab and The Marion Center. For info, please email Nellene Arnett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is $150 per ensemble. Free attendance for individuals. Payment may be made by check or purchase order, payable to Tiffin University. Check or school PO number is due by February 15th.
Tiffin University strives to give professional music experience to all student-musicians regardless of major, preparing students for success in whatever career they choose, and holding all to the highest standards in maturity, professionalism and performance excellence. In the classroom, in the rehearsal hall and on the stage, our ProMusic and Music Industry majors get the training necessary to succeed in the working world of music. Likewise non-music majors share the same real-world music performance experiences, enhancing their college life and growing as life-long musicians.