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Pencils

Pencils

When someone says “tools of the trade,” what would they mean for us choir folk?
Pencils
Leadership Lessons from Wrigley Field

Leadership Lessons from Wrigley Field

We’ve all been thinking about leadership a lot lately.
Leadership Lessons from Wrigley Field
Struggling to Sing

Struggling to Sing

"I’m struggling with my voice. I have had a problem singing for over seven years and I have been to a doctor so many times, it’s not doing anything for me …"
Struggling to Sing
Huddle and Scrum

Huddle and Scrum

We’ll be mixing up voices in this scrum - instead of a ball, we’ll use pitches and vowels. That’s where the adventure starts.
Huddle and Scrum
The Count

The Count

The Count is a concentration exercise - a group activity - that I used with my student ensembles in the last few minutes before going on stage for a performance.
The Count
2016 in Review

2016 in Review

Ten choral directors from around the country share their thoughts and experiences from 2016 and what’s ahead for 2017.
2016 in Review

Featured Articles


IS vs. ISN’T

So many times, singers fail to identify what they’re singing EXACTLY…

The Long Game: Multi-Year Planning

Having a good long-term plan will usually pay off in the end.

Wavering Winter Warbling

Some proactive and defensive suggestions to help students deal with winter’s effects on the voice.

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