San Diego

Region 21 Golden West 2022 Summer Seminar

June 17 - 19, 2022 | San Diego, CA

In Person, In Harmony 

Come together with singers from across Region 21 Wonderful for our 2022 Summer Seminar. Hosted in Sunny San Diego at the Hilton Mission Valley, this 3-day education event features Guest Coach Robert Mance of Vocal Standard.

Better Together_ Summer Seminar 2022



Summer Seminar AETs

Learn more about adult and youth AETs, specially priced AETs for members traveling from New Mexico or Hawaii, Saturday evening show SETs and more.


Summer Seminar Accommodations

Reserve your room at our beautiful host hotel, the Hilton Mission Valley. Click below to book directly and receive our special Region 21 rate.


Double Quartet Competition

Join in the fun by competing in the 2022 Summer Seminar. Click below to register for the Double Quartet Competition.

Featured Events


Guest Coach Robert Mance

10 Coaching Sessions
June 17-19


Wake Up with Soiree

Saturday, June 18
8:30 AM

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Double Quartet Competition and Show

Saturday, June 18
7:30 - 9:30 PM

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Vocal Coaching Under Glass

June 18 & 19
3:10 PM / 11 AM

Welcome Guest Coach Robert Mance

Robert Mance

​​Robert Mance has been the artistic director of BHS medalist chorus Central Standard since 2011. In 2016, Robert became the founding artistic director of SAI international chorus competitor Vocal Standard.


Robert has completed his doctoral coursework for a degree in choral conducting at the University of Kansas. He most recently served as Director of Music at Shawnee Presbyterian Church where he also maintained a private voice studio. Now, he spends the rest of his week as a full time coach of choruses and quartets.


Robert previously served as interim Director of Choral Activities and interim Voice Area Director at William Jewell College in Liberty, MO. Robert has also sung professionally with such groups as the Kansas City Chorale and the Westminster Symphonic Choir and Westminster Choir.

He is an active clinician for high school vocal ensembles, maintains a recording studio, and serves as a BHS judge in the singing category (2016-present), and formerly in the music category (2001-2016).


Robert completed his undergraduate studies at McGill University in Montreal, in voice performance, and completed his graduate studies at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, in choral conducting and voice pedagogy.









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