…back from Ithaca

Just came back from an amazing week working with educators at the CME course at Ithaca College summer music session. Seventeen conductors learned Gahu, Ghana Alleuia, Kpanlogo, and a new arrangement of Bobobo by myself and Rory Magill. We also had a terrific young people’s choir of 70 voices who rocked the final concert with their terrific singing and dancing and gospel styles. Made up of students from the Ithaca Children’s Choir and the Young People’s Chorus of New York City, as well as oneyoungrandomstranger from Ottawa, they were fantastic musicians. Thanks to Janet Galvan who directed the week! Kahti

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One Response to …back from Ithaca

  1. Savannah says:

    I was there!!! I’ve been at CME every summer since 2007 and that year was one of my favorites!! It was so much fun getting to experience all the singing/drumming/dancing, and I almost felt as though I was in Ghana myself. I really would like to go there sometime. I really liked doing Gahu, Ghana Alleluia, and all the other songs from the workshop. Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. :)

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