For High-School-Age Women and Up
The BW Women's Chorus is an offering of the Community Music School and is open to women throughout the Greater Cleveland community including BW faculty, staff and students.
The chorus performs a wide variety of chorale literature written especially for the female voice. This includes choral masterworks both classic and contemporary, Broadway and pop. It is helpful (though not required) to have some background in music (instrumental or vocal) and a basic knowledge of music reading and pitch matching. Of paramount importance is a willing spirit and open mind—come and sing with us!
Under the Direction of Jordan Saul
Time: Tuesdays, 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Schedule: Rehearsals begin Tuesday, January 10, 2017.
Location: Lindsay-Crossman Chapel, 56 Seminary St., Berea
Tuition: $210 per year (or $120/semester, a non-discounted rate if you choose to pay by semester). Fall semester is from August to December and spring semester is from January to May. There is a one-time registration fee of $22.00 per academic year.
Those interested in being a part of the ensemble should contact the Community Music School at (440) 826-2365 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jordan Saul is a choral conductor and music educator currently appointed to the position of associate director of choral studies at Baldwin Wallace University. Most recently, Saul was engaged in doctoral studies in music education at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. Immediately prior to her time in the south, she studied at Westminster Choir College, where she earned an Master of Music in choral conducting. Saul was the choral conductor, vocal music director and advanced placement music theory instructor at Flowing Wells High School in Tucson, Arizona, where she was the women’s choir repertoire and standards chair for the Arizona chapter of the American Choral Directors Association and the solo and ensemble festival chair for the Arizona Music Educators Association. Jordan has studied with pedagogues and conductors including Joe Miller, James Jordan, Amanda Quist, André Thomas, Bruce Chamberlain, Elizabeth Schauer, John Geringer, Clifford Madsen and Christopher Arneson.
Contact the Community Music School
(440) 826-2365, email@example.com