You’ve prepared your singers so well for their upcoming concert, BUT Have you focused on these 17 thingsthat could impact the success of your concert? Included in this blog post is a link to a free downloadable checklist for concert week! Here is the blog post: 17 (Last Minute) Things to Avoid – to Ensure a […]
It’s not too late to additional holiday musicto your concert! I have 7 killer suggestions AND provide a fast and effective strategy for teaching each piece Most pieces can be downloaded instantly, in time for today’s rehearsal! Here are: 7 Last Minute Holiday Repertoire Ideas that Will work! Please consider joining our Choral Clarity Facebook Group, where we are building a community […]
Do you repeat your Christmas & Hanukkah music year after year? Well, if you don’t, you may want to read this blog post. Here are: The 8 Reasons Why I Chooseto Repeat the SAME Holiday Musicevery year!
Do you have “Tone-Deaf” Singers? Well, chances are you don’t, even if you think you do. Find out how to first assessand then train all singers to match pitch Here is: “Tone-Deaf” is an Excuse….not a Diagnosis
Choral Clarity Blog Presents: How do you grade your concerts? What do you do when a student is late, not dressed appropriately, or talking on the risers? Is the grade that the students receive pass/fail grade? This blog post discusses the ins and outs to giving a meaningful concert grade. How to Grade a Concert Performance
Choral Clarity Blog presents: Students who self-assess will experience greater success in all that they do. Do you have your students self-assess their own rehearsal participation? This blog will explain HOW to get your students to self-assess what they doing. Find out: How to Self-Assess their Way toward Rehearsal Success
Choir Halloween is a great excuse for breaking up the monotony of “regular” rehearsals. If well-planned, this special rehearsal can be productive, creative, and serve as a way to infuse energy back into your program. Here are: 11 Choir Halloween Tricks (and Treats)
Your weakest sight-singers may be keeping a “secret” from you. Once we become detectives and uncover their “secret”, they will have the ability to become great sight-singers. Find out: The “Secret” Your Weakest Sight-Singers May Be Hiding
When voicing a choir, it’s important to be fast and efficient. It’s also important that all singers feel good about where they are placed and that they are actually placed in the correct section. This blog will provide a free spreadsheetalong with the tools to effectively and efficiently place your singers in the right section. Find out: How […]
Do your students FEAR Sight-Singing? Have you tried to make it fun, but it just isn’t working? Is sight-singing a drain on your students, your rehearsal, and your prep time? If so, I have some suggestions! Here is my latest blog post! 8 Keys to Turn Sight-Singing Fear into Fun!