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The Choir Director Corner Podcast is dedicated to providing choir directors with practical resources to utilize in their teaching. Matt Walker, the creator of The Choir Director Corner, reveals the teaching strategies, methods, and workflows that he has used in building a successful choral program. Discover tips and strategies that will help you save time amidst your busy schedule, run more productive, engaging and efficient rehearsals, and help you tackle your biggest teaching challenges.
 
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Choir Fam Podcast

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Choir Fam Podcast

Dean Luethi & Matthew Myers

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The Choir Fam Podcast is a venue for conversations about the current state of choral music. Hosts Dean Luethi and Matthew Myers seek to bring the worldwide choral community closer together through their discussions with a variety of guests who work with choir in its various forms. The goal of the podcast is to provide listeners with interesting tidbits of knowledge they could use in day-to-day choral rehearsals and to bring light to the ways that issues in the choral field are being observed ...
 
Preach’n To Da Choir Podcast: Hosts Van & Sj are shaking up the culture with much needed and perhaps well overdue conversations about real life situations and topics that many may consider taboo. Sj Westt & Van Gray are here to bring their personal experiences and perspectives all to the light, with topics surrounding relationships, fashion, race, pop culture, and current events. Featuring guest speakers and more, there’s no holding back the honest truth. You’ll never know what you may get w ...
 
Welcome to A Choir Line! Here I talk about the show Glee, show choir, bring on good singers, and much more fun! I also like to review show choir shows! If you have any recommendations for my podcast then go leave a review or leave a voice message! I am always opened to recommendations! I hope you enjoy A Choir Line!
 
The Texas State University School of Music annually hosts notable figures in choral music today. TXST Choirs Today! Dr. Jonathan Babcock of the Texas State Choral Faculty interviews our campus visitors on their music, their passion and their craft. Guests include conductors Craig Hella Johnson (Artistic Director, Conspirare), Z. Randall Stroope (Director of Choral Activities, Oklahoma State University) & Craig Jessop (conductor emeritus The Mormon Tabernacle Choir), as well as composers Gwyn ...
 
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Choir Baton

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Choir Baton

Beth Philemon

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Choir Baton is a podcast designed to engage people in stories, ideas, and inspiration stemming from their life and choir. Join your host, Beth Philemon, as she interviews singers, teacher conductors, instrumentalists, composers, and community members. What is so special about a group of people joining together with their voices? What is a choir? How are choirs unique in comparison to other areas of our lives? Why do people sing and what defines a good singer? Together we’ll ask questions and ...
 
Formerly the Find Your Forte podcast - Step up to the podium with purpose and make the most of your public or private school's choral program with solutions you never saw coming! Join Choir Ninja, Ryan Guth as he brings you weekly interviews with veteran in-the-trenches choral directors on how to manage your choir, teach concepts like sight-singing and group vocal technique, market your program, and help inspire a love of choral music in your students each day.
 
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Hosts SJ and Van, along with a special guest caller, are very transparent as they share their personal experiences and thoughts spanning from childhood to adulthood, in regards to problematic parenting, child support, court solutions, and surrounding topics.Sj Westt & Van Gray
 
Dr. Jacob Funk is director of choirs at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington. He came to Clark from the University of Missouri—Kansas City where he completed his Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Choral Conducting. During his doctoral study he was a Graduate Assistant to the Choral Department, Associate Conductor of the Conservatory Concert Choir …
 
Over the years, I've used a number of software programs for tasks involved with music composition. A while back a friend recommended MuseScore, and after trying it out, I've added it to the list of tools that I use on a regular basis. Recently I discovered a new function inside of MuseScore that to me was a game-changer, making MuseScore my "go-to"…
 
Most of us are at least peripherally familiar with the story of John Meehan, a.k.a the infamous “Dirty John,” the con-artist who terrorized women across the United States. But when the news broke of what happened to John during his final moments, the infamy surrounding his abusive escapades strangely led to several international TV deals, docuserie…
 
"A lot of my choral works get inspiration from Philippine indigenous chants. We have 7000+ islands with different cultures and soundscapes, and that is itself is a very rich jump-off point for a new composition. I contact a tribe, interview them, ask permission to use a folk chant, and recompose it in a manner that is respectful of the original for…
 
When my kids were little, they used to talk about how "stations" was one of their favorite parts of the school day, because they got to do lots of different things! Which got me thinking--how could we use stations in a choir rehearsal? In Episode 76 of the podcast, I discuss exactly that--situations when stations might be a useful rehearsal strateg…
 
We want to hear from you! We'd love all our listeners to answer our Season 1 lightning-round questions for us to share with our audience. We are looking forward to getting to know you better. Email choirfampodcast@gmail.com with the following info: Subject Line: Choir Fam Minisode First and last name, pronouns optional City and state you live in Sc…
 
Good Cult is an investigative podcast about the dark corners of the New Age self-help movements and the American counterculture. In season one, host River Donaghey will explore his family's group therapy cult to unpack the strange history of the Human Potential Movement, and try to understand how a violent self-help seminar in the 1980s evolved int…
 
Thank you for listening to our show this season!! Here are the favorite choral pieces from our guests in the first season: Even When He Is Silent, Kim André Arnesen The Gift I Leave You, Kim André Arnesen Bist du bei mir, J. S. Bach Der Geist hilft unsrer Schwachheit auf, J. S. Bach St. Matthew Passion, J. S. Bach Warrior, Kim Baryluk Chichester Ps…
 
"Smart kids are good thinkers. They don't like to make mistakes, but they're going to. So many of them are perfectionists, as are many musicians. The beauty is giving students a chance to explore, to fail, and try again - all the time figuring out what it means to be okay with being uncomfortable. Beautiful things come out of that vulnerability." H…
 
“Respect your elders.” It’s something we’ve all heard since we were young. Albert Flick, a 76-year-old US Army veteran from Westbrook, Maine fit the precise mold of the type of individual we’re expected to revere. You’d never know based on appearance alone that this man had an extremely dark & violent past. When a judge gave Mr. Flick another chanc…
 
In Episode 75 of the podcast, I’m very excited to share my conversation with Dr. Emily Williams Burch! Emily is a fantastic music educator who has taken a unique path in carving out a career in choral music education. In our conversation she talks about her journey and all of her experiences that led her to where she is today. You’ll hear about her…
 
"Being part of an ensemble taught me to look not just at my line but at all the music. The composer gives you so much information in the orchestra that you don't get from just the vocal line. That really informs your character. It allows me to be more fun and more creative if I can focus on being part of the whole at any given time." Bass Benjamin …
 
Hosts Sj West and Van dish their thoughts on Sugar Daddy and Sugar Baby relationships alongside a couple insightful, yet anonymous, guests. Tune in to this comical but truthful sermon as they preach to the choir.Sj Westt & Van Gray
 
In Episode 74 of the podcast, I’m very excited to share my conversation with composer Katerina Gimon. I found her music while doing a repertoire search a couple of years ago, and I just fell in love with her work. Her music is so interesting and so creative--she gives singers and conductors the opportunity to explore choral music in some very uniqu…
 
"It's not about the notes. It's not about the rhythms. It's about connection. It's about getting a connection with each other, a connection to the conductor, and a connection to the music -- and discovering that it's a relationship with the music that will make a huge difference. I'm there as facilitator to make that happen." Dr. Edith A. Copley is…
 
We want to know who's really in control, is it the sugar daddies/mommas or the sugar babies? We're giving our input on the topic, & sharing a little advice for the sugar babies out there. We also explain trendy terms like "working your set" & what it truly means from a urban stand point.Sj Westt & Van Gray
 
“Why didn’t she just leave?” This is a question usually proposed by the uninformed. Individuals unaware of just how difficult and dangerous it is for victims of domestic violence to get out of their toxic relationship. It’s never that simple and everyone’s situation is different. A young school teacher by the name of Amber Guichelaar was one of the…
 
It’s so important to get the choir year started off with productive, effective rehearsals. There’s always a lot to do, and that’s especially true at the beginning of the year. It’s imperative that we take advantage of every single minute of rehearsal. Not only will that help us get everything done, but that also sets the expectation for the rest of…
 
"In mentoring a new teacher, I ask, 'How do we bring the music home to the students? Really, what is our job as music educators?' I believe my job as a music educator is to create better people. That's what I try to instill within my student teachers." Barbara Tappa just completed her 15th year at Ferris High School in Spokane, Washington, and her …
 
In 2017, just days after Thanksgiving, a 25-year-old woman from Keystone Heights, FL mysteriously disappeared. Authorities wasted no time in launching their search efforts, as this wasn’t the average missing person case. Jordan Cooper was severely intellectually challenged and had never been left alone for more than a few hours. She was last seen w…
 
When I talk with other choir directors, one of the topics that always seems to come up is setting rehearsal expectations–choir directors want to know what expectations I have for my choirs, how I set rehearsal expectations, and what the logistics of my rehearsals look like. And our conversations often turn to issues with classroom management. In my…
 
"My tunnel vision of choral music just exploded. I was able to learn so much about all these different cultures that were in my school and the music that represented them. That's where I really learned that students have to have some representation to make them feel that they're really part of this community." Amanda Stevenson is currently the 4th …
 
One of the biggest challenges we have as choir directors is time management. We have so many duties, so many responsibilities, so many irons in the fire...it's a full-time job just keeping track of everything! I recently came across the work of Rory Vaden, who became widely known a few years ago with a TED talk on how to "Multiply Our Time". While …
 
"We all get this exposure to popular music as young children, and when we get to the academy, we're quickly taught that popular music is less worthy, less valuable. The idea that started to settle with me is that we don't tear down the choir model that we have, but we start to add to it and allow different avenues." Matthew Bumbach (he/him) is know…
 
63-year-old Chef Daniel Brophy was the Oregon Culinary Institute's most eccentric instructor for many years. His hands-on method of foraging wild herbs & incorporating them in his dishes was only one example of what made him so special, in and out of the kitchen. All seemed well in Daniel’s personal life as well, having been married to his wife Nan…
 
When I talk with choir directors about planning and preparing for the new year, before we get into anything else, we start by talking about setting goals. In Part 1 of my "Back to School" Podcast Series, I talk about five reasons why you should be setting goals, as well as best practices that we should use when setting our own goals. What are your …
 
"Quality breeds quantity. If we establish really high expectations, people will be attracted to that, and they're going to want to be a part of it. I just led with some sort of blind enthusiasm that you can only have as a new teacher. I just wanted to go for it." Aubrey Dunham just completed her first year as choir director at South Salem High Scho…
 
On the afternoon of April 27th, 2016, 33-year-old Tricia Todd of Hobe Sound, FL never arrived to pick her young daughter up from her babysitter. Family was notified, who subsequently went to pick up the child. Tricia’s family believed she may have been held up at work or possibly forgotten, but hours continued passing by with no word. The following…
 
"In the times that we are in, trying to reach students, encouraging them to be themselves, and giving them that safe space is so important. I've learned so much about how unwelcoming the world is for some of my students, and I like that they feel comfortable and safe in my classroom." Sara Bray is entering her seventh year as the choral director at…
 
On October 17, 2015, 27-year-old Sasha Samsudean went missing after coming home late from a night out at the bars in Orlando, FL. She was last seen stumbling through her apartment building’s hallway just after 2 A.M…and one of the last people seen helping her on surveillance camera just so happened to be the helpful security guard… Written by Micha…
 
I had the chance to hear several different choirs this past spring, and heard some wonderful performances. Along with my own choir performances, singing and directing, I collected several great ideas this spring for programming for your choirs. And in today's episode of the podcast, I'm sharing them with you! They are definitely pieces to keep on y…
 
"My elementary music teacher took a chance on me. She was the one who opened music up to me, and it was incredible. I've come from being the mentee to the mentor. I just want to pass on that information and let people feel what I felt as a young student." Kimberly Barclay Ritzer is in her 31st year as director of the Green Valley High School Choirs…
 
Clemmons, N.C. is a hardworking, blue collar village that rests in the heart of the bible belt. Religion is very much embedded and weaved throughout the fabric of this community. And when a young man named John Alexander Lawson moved to town with his mother Cynthia, no one thought much of it… until he grew up. In this episode, we explore the home o…
 
In Episode #68 of the Choir Director Corner Podcast I'm sharing my conversation with Paul John Rudoi. Paul is a conductor, a singer, and a composer--a true choral Renaissance man! I talk with Paul about his growth as a composer and his compositional process. We also talk about some of his other projects that are designed to bring more opportunities…
 
How did the end of your school year/performance calendar go? I don't know about you, I'm ready for a bit of a breather! It was a sprint to the finish, with many, many irons in the fire (as usual). There were Senior pranks gone wrong, a massive internet outage, and more, but we made it! Now that grades have been submitted and things are stored for t…
 
"The text is so crucial to my process. I try and derive every little detail -- rhythm and harmony and melody and the overall mood and tone and textures and timbres of the piece -- from the text itself. The text is really at the heart of everything I do." Dale Trumbore is a Los Angeles-based composer and writer whose music has been called "devastati…
 
Valentine’s Day is the one time of the year when love is supposed to be in the air. But on February 14, 2020 - the holiday for lovers represented quite the opposite for one estranged Georgia couple after 23-year-old Fort Valley State University student Antria Gunn turned up missing after a college party. Police were quick to pin the blame on her ex…
 
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