Bring C4 to your educational institution for:
The full complement of C4 performs in your venue.
Composition Reading Sessions
Singer/composer/conductor members of C4 read and rehearse student works, giving feedback on all aspects vocal technique, notation, and text setting.
Choral Ensemble Techniques
Conducting members of C4 lead your ensemble in repertoire of your choosing, or in music selected by the session leaders to address particular techniques.
Choral Conducting Masterclasses
Conducting members of C4 instruct student conductors in the special approaches used on contemporary choral music.
Contemporary Vocal Techniques
Singing and composing members of C4 instruct students in the special vocal approaches (and corresponding notation) possible in contemporary choral music.
Here's what people have said about working with C4:
I know of no other choral ensemble that focuses on newly written music with such thoroughness and obvious commitment. I recommend them to any institution seeking a transformational musical highlight for a concert season or academic semester. C4: a must-see
John McDonald, Composer and Pianist
Professor of Music & Chair, Tufts University Music Department
C4 performs at Queensborough Community College
In early March 2020 C4 travelled to Queensborough Community College for a noontime performance for music students and community members. We performed some works from our latest concert cycle, a couple past favorites, and a new piece by QCC faculty member André Brégégère. To engage the students directly, we included a couple pieces with sections that we could teach to the audience. In this video, Daniel Andor-Ardó teaches the audience to sing along with the round melody in Brian Mountford's Lest We Be Scattered.