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We have continued to monitor the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) situation closely. Governments around the world are placing restrictions on both travel and large gatherings of people in an effort to contain the spread of the virus.
As a result of the growing uncertainty, we have made the decision to cancel in-person attendance for IVACON 2020 at both locations.
But don't worry, all is not lost! IVA will still provide you with the best teacher training we can offer!
We are moving forward and will be hosting two virtual IVACONs this year.
Every teacher will be able to attend the live streaming of both of our online summits. These will be on the same dates as previously advertised for the IVACONs in the USA (April 27–30) and in Europe (May 21–24).
All our Master Teachers, Ambassadors, and guest presenters are amending and altering their classes for an online learning experience. This way we can ensure you get the best from IVACON in this situation.
We hope you understand the reasons behind our decision. We expect there may be further travel restrictions or situations that will prevent people from being able to attend.
Although we're sad at this turn of events, we're confident you will still have a great learning experience at conference. We look forward to your participation and seeing you all online.
From all of us at IVA, stay safe, stay healthy, and keep on singing!
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