Adam Con to adjudicate vocal and choral groups

Festival of the Performing Arts

Sunshine Coast Festival of the Performing Arts will welcome Adam Con as adjudicator for this year’s vocal and choral classes during the 2019 Sunshine Coast Festival of the Performing Arts. Con is an internationally acclaimed choral conductor and voice specialist and is not to be missed.

Con is currently head of music education and graduate choral conducting and is conductor of the 170-voice UVIC Chorus at the University of Victoria. He served in similar capacities at the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music, California State University, Long Beach, at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio, and at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia. Con earned a master’s degree in music education from UBC. At Florida State University, he earned a doctorate of philosophy in music education with an emphasis on choral conducting. He has been invited to conduct and present workshops internationally and nationally at many prestigious events. 

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Con has the ability to offer constructive and positive feedback in a way that is uplifting and engaging. A workshop with Con will leave you energized and excited to take your music and vocal and choral art to the next level. 

Solo singers of all ages and all school and community choirs on the Coast are invited to participate in this year’s Sunshine Coast Festival of the Performing Arts. Vocal and choral classes will take place on April 25 and 26 at St. John’s in Davis Bay and Calvary Baptist in Gibsons.

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