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Call for Scores: Pieces for SAB Choir

See-A-Dot Music Publishing is currently seeking new works for middle-school and junior high school choir to publish. See-A-Dot has taken an interest in curating a high quality collection of innovative and original choral works for SAB appropriate for younger voices, and we are also interested in introducing fun, exciting techniques to younger music students that…

Music Without Words – An Exploration of the Voice

One of the biggest struggles I encounter in writing and programming choral music is finding adventurous and innovative work that doesn’t sacrifice accessibility and performability for avocational singers. One realm I’ve found particularly rich to explore is the intrinsic sound of the voice, exploring the color possibilities and techniques available to what might be the…

5 Reasons Why Composers Should Conduct (And Conductors Should Compose!)

During my own career in the freelance music world, switching roles between performer, composer, and conductor has opened a diversity of opportunities I wouldn’t have dreamed. In a world that is increasingly emphasizing the importance of specialization, I’ve become an advocate for musicians being as versatile as possible in their creative work. At this year’s…

The Boy Whose Father Was God

Performed five times by Chanticleer, March, 2011 “The individual voices—circling, crisscrossing—were so clear as to be tactile; you practically could trace them with your fingers” -The San Jose Mercury News The Boy Whose Father Was God was probably the most ambitious and most carefully constructed program that I ever produced. The idea was to tell…

See-A-Dot Music Publishing Presents Composers Showcase on April 19 at Judson Memorial Hall in Manhattan

What: See-A-Dot Music Publishing Composer Showcase When: Sunday, April 19 at 3 PM Where:  Judson Memorial Hall, 55 Washington Square South, New York NY See-A-Dot Music Publishing, Inc. will present a Composers Showcase and Concert for new music lovers, conductors, and choral professionals in the New York area. This event will feature music by Stephen Barr, Michael…

ACDA Conference Edition

ACDA Conference Edition Confession: This is going to be my first ACDA National Conference. I’m feeling pretty excited about it and look forward to spending a week geeking out on my favorite subject with a bunch of people who love ensemble singing as much as I do. We’ve spent the last few months putting together…

Seeking professional singers for our 2015 catalog release concert (New York, NY)

See-A-Dot Music Publishing is seeking 12 professional choral singers (3 of each voice type) for its 2015 Catalog Release Concert! The ensemble will perform some of the best contemporary choral pieces from our recent catalog of work. The rehearsals and performance will be held in Manhattan and led by director Fahad Siadat. Auditions will be…

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