80+ College, Summer Program, Sheet Music, and General Exhibitors. The Expo will be held on May 22-23, 2015 in Chicago as the Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers. More than 80 vocal programs, summer programs, and sheet music vendors from across the nation will be available to meet with students and parents. The Expo is free for Competition participants and Convention Classes pass holders—and their guests; no additional registration is necessary and there is no limit to the number of guests that an accompany a pass holder.
The Classical Singer Competition and College Expo was probably the single most important thing our family did in preparation for applying to college.
Having the opportunity to meet professors and learn about their programs first hand and participating in the masterclasses was invaluable–this should be a required event for anyone wanting to study voice.
—Parent of Participant, Gregory Sliskovich
Vocal Program Exhibitors
Meet with undergraduate and graduate representatives from premier vocal programs as you find the right school for you. Faculty and admission officers from more than 70 of the top schools in the nation will be at the Expo to help you find the school that fits you the best.
Eastman, New England Conservatory, Boston, NYU, San Francisco, BYU, Michigan, and dozens of others.
Meet with a variety of summer programs from across the world. Many offer scholarships to competition winners and financial aid to participants.
Shop and find the latest sheet music from some of the finest vendors in the nation, including Hal Leonard, JW Pepper, and more.
Saturday, May 24; 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Note: Some schools may come for just one day, so check the exhibitor area both days to make sure you visit the school of your choice.
Expo schools will conduct masterclasses for high school and college aged singers as part of the Convention Classes.
For general questions email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 877-515-9800.
|AIMS||New York University|
|AMC Music||Northwestern University|
|Auburn University||Oberlin College|
|Binghamton University/Tri-Cities Opera||Olivet Nazarene University|
|The Boston Conservatory||Palm Beach Atlantic University|
|Boston University||Pepperdine University|
|Brigham Young University||Roosevelt University|
|California State University – Fresno||Rutgers University|
|California State University – Sacramento||Samford University|
|Carnegie Mellon School of Music||San Francisco Conservatory of Music|
|Carole Farley International Vocal Coaching||Shattuck-St. Mary’s School|
|Chapman University||Shorter University|
|Cleveland Institute of Music||Southern Methodist University|
|Colorado State University||Southwestern University|
|Cornish College of the Arts||Temple University|
|DePauw University||Texas State University|
|Devon Cass Photography||Texas Tech University|
|Eastman School of Music||The University of Texas at San Antonio|
|Franco American Vocal Academy||Tulane University|
|Furman University||University of Northern Colorado|
|Hal Leonard||University of Alabama|
|The Hartt School of the University of Hartford||University of Houston|
|Hennessy Whole Body Voice||University of Michigan|
|Illinois Wesleyan University||University of Minnesota|
|Interlochen Center for the Arts||University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)|
|Ithaca College||University of South Carolina|
|Lawrence University||University of Oklahoma|
|Mannes College The New School for Music||Viterbo University|
|NAPA Music Festival||Walnut Hill School for the Arts|
|National Association of Teachers of Singing||Webster University|
|New England Conservatory of Music||Western Connecticut State University|
|William Jewell College|