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Imagine the legacy your choir will create when everyone involved in the virtual choir is given a virtual choir legacy keepsake recording of the performance? It’s the perfect way to share your choir now and forever. Begin your legacy this holiday season by creating a virtual presentation.
Virtual Choirs are not just for pandemics; they can be highly effective for memorializing your choirs throughout the years, teaching about music technology and bridging the divides of time and distance for every singer engaged in your program both now, and for years to come.
Directing a volunteer choir can be challenging and quite rewarding at the same time. The potential to immediately and radically change the sound of your ensemble is always present. Consider these six strategies that can help you improve the sound of your volunteer choir right away.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and everyone is focused on showing that special someone just how much you care for them. It is also a great time for choir directors everywhere to show our choirs how much we care about them.
I know now my choir directors struggled with the same issues we directors deal with today, but I didn’t know that then. Then, I was just a kid, thinking about the next funny thing I could say to throw the rehearsal into a laughing chaos. It was helpful to me to list some of my favorite directors and why I loved them so much. I pray it’s helpful to you also as you begin a new season of teaching.
Let’s face it, now we’re all exhausted. Exhausted from long rehearsals, endless details, multiple challenges, loose ends, threatening weather, ill-fitting costumes, belligerent singers, nagging parents and so, so, so much more!
The Christmas season is so incredibly busy, and choirs and their directors can truly very easily become distracted by all that must be done to adorn the season. But this year, when the dust settles and the big program is over, consider conveying some of these warm words of encouragement to your ensemble.
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