NCCO welcomes a record number of registrants, our headliners Joseph Flummerfelt and Matthew Halls, 11 college.choirs, our presenters and panelists, and over 500 choral singers to the Fifth National Conference in Charleston, South Carolina on October 31-November 2, 2013.
On site registration is available at the conference registration table in the Lobby of the Cato Center for the Arts at the corner of St. Philip Street and Calhoun Street.
Special thanks to our host the College of Charleston School of the Arts and Robert Taylor, Director of Choral Activities.
Thanks also to our generous sponsors ACFEA Tour Consultants, Classical Movements, Distinguished Concerts International New York, Incantato Tours, Musical Resources, and World Cultural Tours.
Watch for photographs of the concerts and events to be posted after the conference.
For Joseph Flummerfelt's lecture on Brahms and Stravinsky, attendees are asked to bring the following scores to the conference:
Stravinsky, Symphony of Psalms- (Boosey and Hawkes), piano vocal OK)
Brahms, Ein deutsches Requiem (any edition in German, piano vocal OK)
The National Collegiate Choral Organization (NCCO) exists to serve the specific needs of university and collegiate choral conductors by providing a national forum for their collegiate choruses to perform, by offering lectures and promoting repertoire suitable to their interests, and by aiding in their professional development and program growth through performance as well as scholarly and research opportunities.
NCCO will sponsor biennial conferences that will focus on the particular needs of the college/university and other choral professionals with respect to: