Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Harmonium Choral Society Spring Workshop April 16th in Madison.

Musicianship Workshop: An Afternoon with Harold Rosenbaum 

WHEN: April 16th from 2:00 PM 5:00 PM
Grace Episcopal Church, 4 Madison Avenue, Madison, NJ.
Register in advance for an afternoon with Master Conductor Harold Rosenbaum. 
The cost for the workshop is $25 in advance for students and teachers, $30 in advance for adults, and $40 at the door. 
Please register in advance at:
For more information visit or call 973-528-6969.

Come ready to sing or conduct, learn, and enjoy!

Recognized among the premier current interpreters of choral music, critically acclaimed conductor Harold Rosenbaum is the award-winning founder and conductor of distinguished professional choir The New York Virtuoso Singers and celebrated volunteer choir The Canticum Novum Singers. Rosenbaum is the author of the A Practical Guide to Choral Conducting. Retired from teaching at The Juilliard School, Queens College, The University at Buffalo (Professor Emeritus), and Adelphi University, he is a recipient of the Ditson Conductor’s Award ( established in 1945; the only other choral conductors to have received this award are Robert Shaw and Gregg Smith.

Co-sponsored by Grace Community Music at Grace Church Madison, and New Jersey ACDA, the workshop offers three hours of professional development credits for New Jersey teachers. Pre-registration is encouraged so we have enough materials, snacks and certificates. Grace Church is at 4 Madison Ave., Madison, with ample parking. The entrance from the parking lot is accessible, as is the room where the workshop will be held. 

Funding has been made possible in part by Morris Arts through the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a partner of the National Endowment for the Arts.


Harmonium Choral Society, based in Morris County, is one of New Jersey's leading choral arts organizations. The 100-voice choral society, directed by Dr. Anne Matlack of Madison, has been recognized for its eclectic programming, choral excellence, and community spirit, and sponsors commissions and musicianship workshops to advance the choral art. A subset of the chorus performs in schools, elder care facilities, and other venues.

To learn more about Harmonium, please visit