World Choir Games Flanders 2021
  • Santiago Veros

    The story behind The Last March of Destiny

    Posted August 20 by Santiago Veros - 44 views - 0 comments

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  • Chris Rowbury

    Finding positives from the pandemic when your choir finally gets back together

    Posted August 18 by Chris Rowbury - 223 views - 0 comments

    [The views expressed in this blog are from my personal experiences from 25 years of leading non-auditioned community choirs in the UK, as well as adult singing workshops. My focus is on teaching by ear using a repertoire of songs from traditions across the globe. Your experiences may differ from mine, so do feel free t... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    How to ensure that your choir is inclusive as Covid restrictions start to lift

    Posted August 4 by Chris Rowbury - 306 views - 0 comments

    [The views expressed in this blog are from my personal experiences from 25 years of leading non-auditioned community choirs in the UK, as well as adult singing workshops. My focus is on teaching by ear using a repertoire of songs from traditions across the globe. Your experiences may differ from mine, so do feel free t... read more

  • Kerry Boyle

    International research project for choirs - an invitation!

    Posted July 21 by Kerry Boyle - 66 views - 0 comments

    Just in case your choir hasn't already participated in this new research from Canterbury Christ Church University in the UK, this is a reminder that the survey is open until the beginning of September. The study is exploring why people sing in choirs, choruses and singing groups and asks what they have missed about th... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    Choir leaders, are you doing too much for your singers?

    Posted July 21 by Chris Rowbury - 311 views - 0 comments

    [The views expressed in this blog are from my personal experiences from 25 years of leading non-auditioned community choirs in the UK, as well as adult singing workshops. My focus is on teaching by ear using a repertoire of songs from traditions across the globe. Your experiences may differ from mine, so do feel free t... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    New season, new songs – how to find new repertoire for your choir

    Posted July 8 by Chris Rowbury - 280 views - 1 comments

    [The views expressed in this blog are from my personal experiences from 25 years of leading non-auditioned community choirs in the UK, as well as adult singing workshops. My focus is on teaching by ear using a repertoire of songs from traditions across the globe. Your experiences may differ from mine, so do feel free t... read more

  • New Jersey Choral Society: Auditions for 2021-2022 Season

    Posted July 8 by Virginia Lincoln - 112 views - 0 comments

    New Jersey Choral Society will be hosting auditions through July and August for anybody interested in joining our chorus. This fall, NJCS will practice in-person for a full concert season. We will take all necessary precautions at rehearsal and during our performances as recommended by the Center for Diseases and Contr... read more

  • africancgc

    AFRICAN CHORAL AND GOSPEL CHAMPIONSHIP

    Posted July 6 by africancgc - 218 views - 0 comments

    AFRICA CHORAL AND GOSPEL CHAMPIONSHIP SA-2021 The African Gospel and Choral Championship (ACGC) is a platform to bring as many African talents as possible together, in a host Country, and give them as much exposure as time will allow. It is also to celebrate African music with the motive of uniting nations&n... read more

  • Mila Schiavo Weyrauch

    The Brazilian Virtual Choir Lab - Australia

    Posted July 2 by Mila Schiavo Weyrauch - 48 views - 0 comments

    Registration is open for The Brazilian Virtual Choir Lab in Australia! CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION The Brazilian Virtual Choir Lab is a course designed to enhance all students’ musical, creative and expressive qualities. Each program will focus on enabling students to sing a Brazilian standard in Portugue... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    How to cope with singing in the heat

    Posted June 30 by Chris Rowbury - 170 views - 0 comments

    [The views expressed in this blog are from my personal experiences from 25 years of leading non-auditioned community choirs in the UK, as well as adult singing workshops. My focus is on teaching by ear using a repertoire of songs from traditions across the globe. Your experiences may differ from mine, so do feel free t... read more