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Recording: Prepping the Choir

August 27, 2014

Five directors share tips for preparing school choirs for the recording process

The New Era of Show Choir

November 25, 2013

As show choir programs across country continue to thrive, a strong network of competitions has evolved to provide them with a national spotlight

Turning the Page from High School to College

May 21, 2013

A rountable look at ways to help your students make the transition….

Trends in Travel

March 22, 2013

Tips from the Pros on planning your next travel trip..

Behind the Adjudicator Table

December 4, 2012

Improving Festival Performance and Ratings.

Hitting the Road without Breaking the Bank

April 5, 2012

Making well-planned, morale-increasing trips affordable.

Making Choir Camp a Success

February 2, 2012

Summertime choir camps run by school music programs come in all shapes and sizes. What makes one more successful than others?

Roundtable: Making A Cappella Work with University Vocal Programs

September 20, 2011

For anyone who’s wandered the halls of college student unions, it’s no secret that a cappella groups have long been an obsession among vocally-minded academics. But there’s no doubt that over the last few years, the art of singing in as many styles and contexts as possible has grown to new levels of prominence thanks to television contest shows like “America’s Got Talent” and “The Sing-Off” and dramas like “Glee.”

If You Build It…

December 2, 2010

For many music programs, both vocal and instrumental, the primary indication of their effectiveness and impact is the quantity of participating students. Without a doubt, large numbers indicate a popular, thriving program, but the challenges associated with both establishing large numbers and maintaining them are manifold. For an inside look at the latest trends in […]

Setting Goals Getting Organized

December 8, 2009

Anyone who has ever organized a choral festival knows that it is not a one-person venture. Location, staging, and audio equipment are just a few items on a very long list of things that need to be considered. Of course, one of the big questions is, what do you want the attending student groups to […]

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