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Early Bird: register before 30th June, 2022.
Standard: register after June 30, 2022.
Student: full-time student at a recognised educational institution. Please note, you may be asked to send a copy of your student ID to ANATS in order to confirm your registration.
In-person: attending at the Pullman Hotel, Adelaide SA. Includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.
Online: attending online (does not include catering).
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Conference cancellation: in the event of the in-person conference being cancelled, the conference will move entirely online. Delegates will be given the option of obtaining a full refund or transferring to an online registration (with the balance of registration refunded).
Travel restrictions: if a delegate is unable to attend the conference due to COVID-related government restrictions, they will be given the option of obtaining a full refund or transferring to an online registration (with the balance of registration refunded).
In-person considerations: ANATS will be following a COVID-safe plan onsite according to SA government advice, protocols and procedures,
National Council is proud to announce our 2015 ANATS National Conference, titled: Singing Futures: Pedagogies, Practices and the Digital Age to be held in beautiful Hobart, Tasmania, from the 24th to the 27th of September this year.
The conference title “Singing Futures” represents a range of topics related to pedagogies, practices and future opportunities to be covered in leading keynote addresses, panel discussions, papers and masterclasses within the following themes:
• Motivating singing teachers and singers
• One-to-one singing lessons and teaching in the private studio
• The realities of teaching group singing across styles
• Research in voice and singing-related studies
• Incorporating technology in your teaching and business practice
The program will be jam-packed and invigorating with exciting discussion on the use and relevance of social media and singing related technologies for use in your teaching and business practice.
Special interest groups – classical, contemporary, musical theatre, research, and young voice – will run throughout the conference with allocated times for discussion and networking.
National Council is delighted to be hosting the event along in newest chapter – Tasmania.
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