There will be a workshop on Sacred Music in the Diocese of Madison, WI on 1-2 October, Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. Use that link for concrete information about schedules, etc.
The workshop is entitled “A treasure of inestimable value”, which is a phrase from Sacrosanctum Concilium.
The presenter will be Fr. Robert Skeris, one of the old warriors of the dark years after the Council when sacred music was being dismantled in the USA (and everywhere else). He was a colleague of the late Msgr. Richard Schuler in this regard, and therefore has well-considered thoughts about sacred music.
Also, His Excellency Most. Rev. Robert Morlino, the Bishop of Madison, will be personally involved both days, for Evening Prayer and for a sung Mass, Novus Ordo, to close the workshop on Saturday. The participants will provide the chant.
Readers of this blog have seen entries about Bp. Morlino, who is a leader in the defense of life of the unborn.
These workshops are popping up all over the place. The participants learn some things about Gregorian chant and then get some practice. This is good.
Perhaps your parish can sponsor one?
I am delighted to see a diocese doing this! That says something!