Welcome! We’re excited you’re attending Virtual Harmony University 2021.

If you are not already registered for Virtual Harmony University, you can register HERE

If you are new to Sched and would like to learn more about how to use the program, check out this guide or this video 

Types of courses 

Virtual Choir: Two sessions on Saturday 7/17 and Sunday 7/18. Make sure you add both to your schedule.  

Seminars: Each seminar consists of SIX sessions. Each session will be two hours long and will either be Monday, Wednesday, Friday OR Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. Make sure you add all 6 sessions over the seminars’ two-week duration (July 19 - July 31) to your schedule.

Electives: These sessions are throughout the event and most will be 50 minutes long, though some are 110 minutes long. The electives are stand-alone classes that do not have other courses connected to them. 

General Sessions: We will have 4 general sessions on Sundays 7/18, 7/25, 8/01, and Saturday 8/07. Make sure you add all of them to your schedule so you don’t miss out on the fun! 

To read about a course, hover the cursor over the class title to see a short description.

To select a course, click the circle on the left of the title. Once you have selected a course, it is automatically saved and added to your schedule (note the Saved To My Sched widget that pops up in the bottom left corner).

To deselect the course if you change your mind, click the checked circle again.

You can return to Sched over and over again if you change your mind, and are welcome to select a different class. 

Attend Live Sessions

You will be able to access your Zoom Meeting or Webinars via an Open Zoom button that will appear on the course page in Sched. The Open Zoom button will only appear after you have added the class to your schedule.

Watch Recordings of Class Sessions

After a class has finished the video will be processed and then be added to the class session in Sched. The Open Zoom button will be replaced with a Video Stream button. Clicking the Video Stream button will open the video recording page. You will be able to rewatch the recordings as many times as you would like through September 1, 2021.
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Eric Dalbey

St. Louis, MO
is a speech-language pathologist who works at Hazelwood East High School. He has also taught voice instruction at Webster University for the past 10 years. He currently sings in the 2006 International Quartet Champions, Vocal Spectrum, as well as the international Barbershop Chorus Champions, the Ambassadors of Harmony. He directs an a cappella youth chorus called The Recruits, who were the only youth chorus to make the Top 20 at the 2022 Barbershop Harmony Society International Chorus Contest in Charlotte, North Carolina. He has also been a certified BHS singing judge for the past 8 years. Singing in these groups and judging has given him many opportunities to teach and perform at various workshops and festivals in 45 states and 18 countries including China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, Germany, Spain and Israel. He has also had the privilege of sharing the stage with the likes of the Beijing Symphony Orchestra, Dick Van Dyke, Take 6, The Real Group, and David Phelps.
Eric holds a Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Fontbonne University, a Master of Arts degree in Music and Worship from Covenant Theological Seminary, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Vocal Performance, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Lindenwood University. He is a recent graduate from Fontbonne University and has enjoyed his new career in Speech-language pathology! Eric and his wife Elizabeth have two darling little girls, two guinea pigs, and a new puppy, so they have learned how to never sleep and still go to work!

My Faculty Sessions

Saturday, July 31

2:00pm CDT

Monday, August 2

8:00pm CDT

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