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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 ...
 
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A Choir Line

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A Choir Line

Mikko Parker

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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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I had a great conversation recently via Zoom with Matthew, who is a member of our Choir Director Corner Community Membership. He wanted to pick my brain about a couple things, and we discussed a variety of topics, including how to improve retention when it came to music literacy skills. Matthew was doing all of the things that a choir director shou…
 
"It's not about only 'what do you hear,' it's about how you hear. What is the color of the sound you hear? What do you hear in the vocal mechanism? What are some of the things that they are doing that maybe are reflected in my conducting? Is my conducting reflective of the music? Is my conducting causing the issues?" Jo-Michael Scheibe, a Southern …
 
Welcome to 2023! To get the new year started off, I'm sharing my conversation with composer and music educator Ryan Main. I talked with Ryan about how he became a composer, his compositional process, some of his recent compositions, his work with the Youth Chorus of Kansas City, and more! I had a great time talking with Ryan, and I know you are goi…
 
"The feeling that I got from being part of a good, and solid and warm choir culture was a big one for me. The feeling of being the person that has a hand in creating that space for somebody else and also sharing my love for music in the same breath just really appealed to me. I never saw myself going for anything else, really, except for music ed."…
 
"I was in this limbo place, and I took a church job and a community chorus job. [I thought,] 'I need a piece that does this thing, and I can't find one, so I might as well just write it.' I discovered that I really liked it. It became central to me fairly quickly. Writing has always been a fairly need-driven activity rather than something that I ju…
 
"As someone who moves at a million miles per hour, choir -- music -- is the one thing that does make time stop for me. I knew that I needed to be in the arts. I have to be a teacher, I have to be a conductor, so that I can live in this endless moment that is quite finite but feels like infinity. I want to live in this forever." Coty Raven Morris is…
 
"As a realist, it's hard for me to be a dreamer, but I think when you're creative, you have to be. You have to find those ways to surround yourself with people who speak opportunity into your life. That's something that I'm really focusing on: how to find a neat path forward that isn't necessarily set in stone." Skip Stradtman is a choral composer …
 
"I'm an only child. I grew up in rural North Dakota in the country, and I spent a lot of time by myself and at the piano bench and in my own head. I hold my ideas very close to the chest. I don't let them out until I'm pretty sure I know what they're going to be. Learning to collaborate was something I actively had to go after and figure out." - Jo…
 
If you are looking for a fun activity to do with your choir, Kahoot is one of the best options out there! And in today's episode of the podcast, I am sharing with you ten of my top reasons why you should play Kahoot with your choir. And, I am also sharing with you the Kahoots I have already created, so that you don't have to start from scratch! Whe…
 
"A lot of our projects and our pieces seek to empower people and to bring stories to the surface that don't always get told. We have a literal stage to put these ideas forth, and we're able to ask our audiences for a little more out of them." - Timothy Takach Jocelyn Hagen composes music that has been described as “simply magical” (Fanfare Magazine…
 
Macon, Georgia is a beautiful city that often gets overlooked. It’s a quiet place with a community of friendly and hardworking people. Not too much happens here…but between 2011 & 2012, two of the most heinous crimes this country has ever seen would take place in the area. The first being the highly publicized murder of law student Lauren Giddings,…
 
On the Choir Fam Holiday Special, Dean and Matt discuss making music during the busy holiday season and also look back on some favorite winter memories from their childhoods. We wish all our listeners a happy holiday season! We hope you all can enjoy some rest and relaxation as your semesters wind down. Choir Fam wants to hear from you! Check out t…
 
Hosts SJ West and Van let loose in this season’s finale, with a little extra help from their favorite alcoholic beverages. Enjoy the almost hour long conversation covering friendship, family secrets, sex, sexual preferences, pronouns, fashion, never before told personal tales, and more. Both Van and SJ take turns interviewing each other with the mo…
 
Yes, my friends...Winter Is Coming! But it's not the Game of Thrones--it's the "Game of Tones"! ;) In Episode 81 of the podcast, I'm talking with Zack Durlam, who serves as the Director of Choral Activities at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Zack is a fantastic choir director (he was my cooperating teacher for student teaching back in the da…
 
"We’ve found other ways to make music by centering on the creative process and composition – collective composition in particular. Bringing young people together to meet across difference and to put music at the center as a tool for them to engage in dialogue has just been greater than I could have imagined." Alysia Lee receives national recognitio…
 
(Part 2 of 2) On Memorial Day in 2020, Matheau Moore awoke late after a night out on the town celebrating his wife Emily Noble’s 52nd birthday. After lazily wandering through an uneventful morning hangover, Matheau eventually realized that Emily was gone. At some point during the night or early morning, she had left behind her phone, wallet, keys, …
 
Growing up, we always had the "ten-second rule"; if what we were eating fell on the floor, we had ten seconds to pick it up and eat it. Otherwise, it went to the trash! Chances are, you have a similar rule in your household, depending on the food, and the floor :) We had the opportunity to Zoom with the composer of two of the pieces on our most rec…
 
"The skill set of the executive director is actually the activation of knowledge in the organization rather than the specialization of the knowledge itself. I’m better served in clearing the road so that the artistry can come through. The outcome of that is really exceptional experiences for students and their teachers." Robyn Hilger is beginning h…
 
Choir Fam Minisode 1 includes Lightning Round answers from four of our Choir Fam listeners: Jessica Koenig Rockford, Illinois Choir and piano lab teacher at Harlem Middle School Kayla Mommsen Pullman, Washington Choral music education student at Washington State University James Rodrigue Baton Rouge, Louisiana Choral conducting graduate student at …
 
(Part 1 of 2) On Memorial Day in 2020, Matheau Moore awoke late after a night out on the town celebrating his wife Emily Noble’s 52nd birthday. After lazily wandering through an uneventful morning hangover, Matheau eventually realized that Emily was gone. At some point during the night or early morning, she had left behind her phone, wallet, keys, …
 
Ever wish you had a rubber stamp, so you didn't have to keep saying the same thing over and over again? I had that experience recently, as choir directors were detailing the different challenges they were dealing with in their rehearsals. I found myself saying the same response to all of the different rehearsal challenges I was hearing, and it was …
 
"It's really easy for a teacher to work 80, 90, 100 hours a week. What does that do to a person? When I'm exhausted, I'm a less effective communicator. I am less prepared to deal with the emotional challenges of the classroom. I am less likely to give grace when I'm tired. Giving 100% of yourself is not an effective educational strategy. You can't …
 
We’re faced with choices every day. Most are trivial and underwhelming to the point we don’t realize they’re even choices at all. Getting gas, whether or not to order take out, or the ever infamous quandary: “should I go to the gym?” There does, however, come those times when we’re forced to make more profound decisions…the type that could very wel…
 
"When I was teaching high school, I really wanted to do some comprehensive and interdisciplinary lessons and didn't have the time to do that for all of my music. Now I have some time to do that research. Inspired Choir is a place that I get to share well-researched information on individual pieces of music." Dr. Colleen McNickle is Assistant Profes…
 
Emmy Award winning energy trainer Vanessa Jefferson joins hosts SJ and Van for a conversation on spirituality, energy, healing, religion, and more. SPOILER ALERT: Vanessa gives Van is his first ever reading and helps him take a deeper look into the near future. Support the showBởi Sj Westt & Van Gray
 
"The International Conductors Exchange Program was a profound experience. What was unique was the chance to work with Cuban choirs, not just take an American choir and perform in a spectacular setting. It really is a life-changing cultural exchange. There's nothing like international travel to broaden your horizons." John F. Warren is Professor of …
 
Lyndon McLeod was your typical controversial online troll. He was loud, provocative, and identified as a quote, “Shiva-the-destroyer archetype who likes to watch shit burn.” He also happened to be an author. His 4,485 page self-published 3-part work entitled “Sanction” began to gain some traction online with the help of his dark and outlandish mark…
 
In Episode 78 of the podcast, I'm excited to share with you my conversation with composer Tim Takach! We cover a lot of ground in our conversation, talking about his time with the group Cantus, his growth and development as a composer, and his compositional process. Tim is a wonderful storyteller, which happens to be one of the main objectives of h…
 
"If you can give students really clear directions about what they're doing with their bodies at all times, then their minds are much more likely to be focused. By the end of the rehearsal, there's all this energy. That comes if you're able to grab their attention and have everyone participate in a visual and kinesthetic way." Dr. Reed Criddle is Di…
 
Nikki Kuhnhausen was born “Nicholas.” From a very young age her mother Lisa knew her son wasn’t like the other boys at school. In 6th grade Nikki had the courage to come out, identifying as female. She embraced the person she truly felt she was, unapologetically. But when Nikki suddenly went missing from the Vancouver, WA area one day…it would be s…
 
"One of my opportunities here at this school is to be able to do ‘harder’ music while still honoring our mission of being for the community. I have people who don’t read music. I have people who have never been in a choir before in their lives. But everybody should sing, so come on in here, and let’s do the best we can." Dr. Jacob Funk is director …
 
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"…
 
"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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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