#141 How to help singers whose voices aren’t blending

How to help singers whose voices aren’t blending
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Your choir philosophy might be ‘everyone is welcome’, so what do you do when someone sings loudly and out of tune in your choir?

 

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    Victoria Hopkins

    Victoria is a founder and director of Total Choir Resources. She leads Total Voice Chamber Choir in the UK.

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    Jenny Smith - last week Reply

    Thanks for this topic it is very helpful to me when I have people who sing other people’s parts eg they will be singing along with a soloist part. This gives me some ideas on how to address these things. I love your podcasts because these are the things I tackle as a choir leader but can’t discuss them with the singers as their perspective is a different one. Thank you. Jenny. Australia

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      Victoria Hopkins - last week Reply

      You’re welcome Jennie. That’s what we’re here for.

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    Joanie - 8 months ago Reply

    I would love to become a member of Community Choir pro, but it is just too expensive for me. I lead a small group here in our Welsh valley meeting fortnightly since April. The more I learn, the more I realise what I dont know! I attend an excellent, weekly group for inspiration and attend the occasional training day if its not too far away. £209 a year is a lot of money for me. Could there possibly be a sliding scale based on income?

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      Victoria Hopkins - 8 months ago Reply

      Hi Joanie. I totally understand. We think Community Choir Professionals is great value. You get training, support and rehearsal resources for less than the price of a trip to the movies, but you have to do what’s right for you.

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    Stella Moore - 8 months ago Reply

    Your podcasts are always full of good, practical advice and sensitivity. Great! Thank you.

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      Victoria Hopkins - 8 months ago Reply

      You’re so welcome, Stella.

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