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We All Live Here

A Summit for Equity in Choral Music Education

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We All Live Here is a music education summit that prepares current and future educators to lead increasingly diverse and dynamic choral music programs.

Featuring sessions led by renowned Uniting Voices faculty and culture bearers, We All Live Here will feature workshops that will focus on equity and culturally responsive curriculum, providing attendees with a powerful foundation for making a global society accessible to their students through music education. Many of the workshops will incorporate elementary, middle and high-school singers so that participants can see the magic at work.

We All Live Here will take place in Chicago from July 17-19.

This event is approved for Illinois teachers to earn CPDUs.

Registration Pricing

Early Bird discount EXTENDED! Register by June 1, 2024 and save!

  • Professional - Early Bird: $255; Regular: $330
  • Collegiate Student - Early Bird: $80; Regular: $105
  • One-Day pass (Wednesday): $105
  • One-Day pass (Thursday): $105

Presenters

  • Ivelisse Diaz - Bomba Music of Puerto Rico
  • Lonnie Norwood - Africana Studies
  • Heather Stewart - Social Emotional Learning
  • Judy Hanson and Veronica Román-Meyer - Middle School Practices
  • Farlanda Buchanan and Judy Hanson - Staging and Choreography
  • Magdalena Delgado and Veronica Román-Meyer - Music of Latin America
  • Stephanie Gregoire and Alex Bravos - Gender Inclusivity and Integration
  • Josephine Lee - Global Visions, The Art of Conducting
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We All Live Here will offer an expansive set of sessions that are focused on culturally responsive teaching with a variety of unique and original content. Topics will include, but are not limited to, social emotional learning integration, gender inclusivity, movement and choreography, middle school methods and music of the African Diaspora and Latin America.

Since each workshop is connected to the overall experience, participants will not have to choose between workshops, but will instead attend all workshops with breaks built into the schedule.

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Wednesday, July 17 (Day One)

  • 8-9:30am Check-in/registration, Coffee/Continental Breakfast
  • 9:30-10:30am Welcome/Opening Session
  • 10:45am -12pm Morning Sessions
  • 12-1pm Lunch
  • 1-5pm Afternoon sessions

Thursday, July 18 (Day Two)

  • 8-9:30am Check-in/registration, Coffee/Continental Breakfast
  • 9:30am -12pm Morning Sessions
  • 12-1pm Lunch
  • 1-5pm Afternoon sessions

Friday, July 19 (Day Three)

  • 9-9:30am Coffee
  • 9:30am -12pm Morning Sessions
  • 12-1:30pm Lunch

Accommodations

Uniting Voices Chicago has reserved a block of rooms at the Palmer House Hilton from July 16-19, just a few blocks away from the Chicago Cultural Center. Click here to reserve your room.

If calling to make your reservation, mention group code 94Z.

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