Posts Tagged ‘ singing ’

Sight-singing – the Most Important Skill for Choral Singers

May 23rd, 2017 | By | Category: Adult choirs, Blog, Boy Choir, Catholic choirs, Chamber Choir, Childrens choirs, Choirs, Composers, Ear training, Internet resources, Kids choirs, Movable Do, Music Education, Music Instruction, Music Theory, Musical skill development, Sight-singing, Solfeggio

http://www.choir21.com/ Sight-singing or what most people think of as “reading music” is the most important skill a choral singer can possess. Sight-singing is best learned and practiced using Solfeggio or Solfege (soul fedge), with movable Do (dough) — also known as “Do-Re-Mi, etc.” This system applies each of the generic syllables to a particular tone […]



Top 12 Choir Audition Tips

Aug 12th, 2015 | By | Category: Auditions, Blog

Now is the time of year when many choirs, choral groups, and vocal ensembles are holding auditions. Follow these twelve practical tips for your next choir audition to ensure you are at your best. Be prepared. It will help calm your nerves and give you a sense of confidence. Being prepared will mean different things […]