Choral Clarity Blog Presents: There are many approaches to developing the ear. I believe that this one exercise is the very best tool for singers to develop their ear at the secondary level. This exercise is equally effective for beginning, intermediate, and advanced singers. I firmly believe that this is: The Best Ear-Training Exercise You […]
Choral Clarity Blog Presents: These 8 steps are frequently missed when teaching students to sight-sing. Each step is a must for every beginning and developing musicians. Without having achieved these specific skills, sight-singing is like throwing at a dart board….and some students are facing the wrong direction. The 8 Steps to Prepare ALL Students to […]
Choral Clarity Blog Presents: Ever wonder why so many singers in our choirs never learn how to sight-sing, even when we teach it day after day? Once we know the reasons, we can find the solution. Here are: The 6 Reasons Why Your Singers Can’t Sight-Sing….
Choral Clarity Blog Presents: It’s super important that our best students are content throughout each daily rehearsal. If they are unhappy, the learning environment will not be conducive to building tradition or long-term success. Here is the simple secret to ensuring they are happy: The Simple “Secret” to Keeping Your Best Students Happy
Choral Clarity Blog Presents: Do you want to know the secret to Eliminating Any and All Rehearsal Disruptions and Distractions? It is possible, and way easier than you think! Click here to make your rehearsals disruption and distraction-free!
Choral Clarity Presents: Rehearsal Rules and Procedures are extremely important; choosing the RIGHT rules, which may differ from choir to choir, will set a positive and productive learning environment for each and every student. Regardless of which rules best suit your ensemble, “Be Respectful” is a BAD REHEARSAL RULE FIND OUT WHY! Sincerely, Adam Paltrowitz