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Volume 47, number 1 – Fall 2018 Edition (Revised Volume Numbering System)
Mindy Forehand, editor
In this issue:
“From Our President” Dr. Paul Neal, Director of Choral Activities and Associate Professor of Music, Berry College, GA ACDA President
A message from our chapter president
“Discussing Holiday Repertoire” Scott Martin, Creekview High School, Georgia ACDA R & S Chair for High School
During the holiday concert season, we have conversations with our peers regarding their own programs and that naturally leads to sharing repertoire.
“Women’s Choir Music for the Holidays” Stefanie Cash, Director of Music Education and Assistant Professor, Berry College, Georgia ACDA R&S Chair for Women’s Choirs
Planning for holiday concerts can be both exhilarating and perplexing. However, as the variety of women’s holiday repertoire continues to expand, so does the joy of finding quality music choirs will cherish.
“Opportunities and Celebrations for Children’s Choirs” Caroline Goldstein, Choral Director, Webb Bridge Middle School, Georgia ACDA R&S Chair for Children’s Choirs
What a year to be in the children’s choir division of GA ACDA!
“2018 GA-ACDA Summer Conference Recap” Dr. JD Burnett, Associate Professor, Associate Director of Choral Activities, Georgia ACDA Secretary
“Being Professional, Amateur, and a Lifetime Singer” Dr. Stephen J. Mulder, Director of Music and Worship Arts, Griffin First UMC, Artistic Director, Griffin Choral Arts, Georgia ACDA R&S Chair for Music in Worship
“New Georgia ACDA Composer Initiatives” Dr. Timothy Michael Powell, Head Director of Choral Activities, Abraham Oglethorpe University, Georgia ACDA R&S Chair for Composer Initiatives
Dr. Powell is excited to be stepping into the role of Chair of our newly created GA ACDA Composer Initiate to continue the efforts to encourage choral composition in the state of Georgia.