Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Fine Art of Recruiting for Choir

The Fine Art of Recruiting for Choir

I’m not sure I’ve ever known a choir director who would say, “My choir is just too large. I don’t know what if we can handle any more people.” Most of us are usually racking our brains trying to see how we can get more people to join and are finding that it’s getting extremely […]

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5 Quick Rehearsal Tips

5 Quick Rehearsal Tips

Whether you’ve just taken on a role as choir director or are a seasoned veteran, here are some tips that will help keep your rehearsals fun, productive, and focused on bringing glory to God. 1. Use warm-ups. Warming up the voice helps members sing more efficiently, with a better tone, and for a longer amount of time. […]

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5 Things the FOH Engineer Wants the Choir to Know

5 Things the FOH Engineer Wants the Choir to Know

As a former front of house (FOH) engineer, I know the struggles that can go along with worship services. We do our best to be accommodating of everyone on stage, but sometimes Sunday morning stress can take over. Here are a few things that you can do to help out the FOH engineer. 1. Learn […]

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