Compact course Gregorian chant
Learn to sing Gregorian chant with immediate practice opportunity!
Catholic church music has a rich past. For example, Gregorian chant dates from the eighth century. To this day, parts of this rich history can be heard weekly in churches around the world.
You will experience it as an enrichment when you become acquainted with Gregorian chant and especially when you can sing along with the regular chants. For example, think of the Credo, the Tantum Ergo and the Salve Regina.
You have this opportunity through a compact course of five meetings. You can get started right away by singing along on Sunday morning in the Schola during the High Mass in Amsterdam's Onze Lieve Vrouwekerk.
You don't have to be a singing talent to participate in the course and reading music is not a requirement. In addition to the vocals, we also pay attention to understanding the music notation used in an accessible way.
- Conductor: Nicholas Papadimitriou, conductor-organist of Amsterdam's Church of Our Lady.
- When? On five Sunday afternoons: February 12 and 19, March 5, 12 and 19 from 12.45 to 1.45 pm (following the Mass at 11:15 am).
- Where? The Kleine Zaal next to the Church of Our Lady, Keizersgracht 218 B.
- What does it cost? € 50.00 (eg for material. Payment in cash at the first meeting).