Region #12

“Who knew that waving your arms could be so much fun!?”

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Region #12
Travel in Tune... To Region #12

Welcome to Region #12 Pacific Shores! Between the green forests of Oregon, the beaches of Hawaii and California, and the deserts and lakes of the Sierras, this region is home to 22 choruses from Honolulu all the way to Reno, Nevada. It's the 25th anniversary of the region's LAW (learn arm waving) School and you'll get a closer look during your visit via...Travel in Tune. Directors will learn what it takes to get the right sound out of their ensemble and all will come away as better singers. Ready to travel in tune to Region #12? Here… we... go…!

Sneak Peek

Our next stop takes us to...Region #12 Pacific Shores! In this "sneak peek" video, IBOD member Julie Starr shows us a little of what we will see and learn during our stay:

Special Performance

Get to know your next Travel in Tune destination, Region #12, with this video of the 2019 Champions RetroActive Quartet and Pacific Empire Chorus:

Welcome!

Welcome to Region #12 Pacific Shores! Between the green forests of Oregon, the beaches of Hawaii and California, and the deserts and lakes of the Sierras, this region is home to 22 choruses from Honolulu all the way to Reno, Nevada. In this “welcome” video, meet Regional Education Coordinator Alison Miller and a few directors who have laid the foundation of the region’s LAW (learn arm waving) School. Welcome!

Education Showcase

We have arrived at the Region #12 Education Showcase on Travel in Tune! Join us for the region’s LAW (learn arm waving) School where we’ll learn to use nonverbal cues to express the poetry and message of a song most effectively. “Who knew that waving your arms could be so much fun!?”

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