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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.
 
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 ...
 
Quin has read the Bible a lot. Jasper hasn't (but he can read). They're going to read it together. Quin is going to get angry. Jasper is going to be confused. Follow the show: Twitter https://twitter.com/PreachingPod Instagram https://www.instagram.com/PreachingPod Jasper makes comedy and Quin makes music Follow Quin : Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mayorquinb Follow Jasper https://www.instagram.com/captsweetbeard
 
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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Think back to your college days--remember Edwin Gordon? The guy that came up with Music Learning Theory? Well, in case you missed it (or blocked it out), his work has formed much of the processes and strategies that we use to help our singers learn music. And much of his work focused on the concept of audiation. In this episode of the podcast, I sh…
 
May the odds be ever in your favor... again! It's time for round 2. Another Hunger Games within the world of McKinley High School... but this time with a bit of a twist. WATCH THE VIDEO VERSION: HERE We are joined for this simulation by Andrew and Allison from the Gleek of the Week podcast! Follow us on Twitter: @choirroompod E-mail us! Feedback, i…
 
The school bus is usually a mode of transportation we associate with the word “safe.” Most of our memories riding the school bus as youth are attributed to laughs, field-trips, & fun- but for some kids, the school bus doesn’t represent any of those things. For a select unlucky few, the school bus represents something much worse. A darkness that mos…
 
You've heard of the phrase, "You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make them drink". But when you can't get your choir to stop dragging, it feels like you are pulling the horse by the tail, fighting tooth and nail to get your singers to keep up! I feel your pain, my friends! So, in today's episode of the podcast, I share twelve strategies th…
 
One question I often get is how to vocally place singers into their sections. If you’ve worked with the singers previously, you’ve got a pretty good idea of what part they should be singing. But what if the singers are brand new to you? Or their voice has changed since the last time you heard them? And how do you do it so it doesn’t take forever, a…
 
One of our objectives as choir directors is to teach our singers the basics of music theory, because that will help them to be more independent musicians. Another objective is to find ways of doing individual assessment in our choirs, without spending all of our waking hours grading assignments! Well, in today’s episode of the podcast, I share with…
 
Burnout is real. In this episode, I am encouraging you to do less. There is always more we can do as choral musicians and directors. But in order to be able to continue doing what we do, we need to cut down on overloading ourselves. If you’re interested but not quite sure - download one of our most popular resources from the CBTM last year on build…
 
On November 18th, 2012, 13-year-old Dylan Redwine traveled to Durango, Colorado for a court ordered visit with his father. After getting off of the plane, Dylan’s father Mark told the young teenager he had to run errands early the next morning. This prompted Dylan to make plans to meet with a friend early in the morning before his dad left the hous…
 
I recently asked choir directors a question online. I expected a few answers, but instead, social media BLEW UP! In today’s episode of the podcast, I will share with you the question I asked, some of the responses, and an opportunity for you to get your questions answered, tools and resources to help you thrive in your life as a choir director. Got…
 
Jenna and discuss the importance of having "choir and ____." As choir teachers, we can get caught up in our work and it become the only thing we do. However, we all have many gifts and abilities. We talk about some different ways to incorporate those in school or outside of the classroom. Hey Choir Baton Community, the window to join the Choir Bato…
 
Jessica Grant and I discuss common themes that I think most, if not all, music teachers can relate to. Amongst other topics we discuss the feeling of belonging and that you are enough and how we can communicate these things to ourselves as well as our students. We also discuss what it means to measure achievement by growth rather than specific goal…
 
On Christmas Eve of 2013, Patricia Burns of Lake Luzerne, NY would face the wrath of her crazed ex-husband - a violent offender she had been trying to evade for years. When Clifford Burns, a man with failed aspirations of once becoming a U.S. Marine, decided to go hunting dressed in full camouflage, his targets would not be sitting ducks or deer in…
 
You’ve probably heard the saying, “Plan Your Work, and Work Your Plan”. That quote applies to a lot of things, and it definitely applies to the life of a choir director! There is so much planning related to our jobs, none more important than planning rehearsals. I searched for years for a resource that would efficiently and productively help me pla…
 
Hey Choir Baton Podcast Listeners, August, 16 2021 through August 31 2021, The Choir Baton Teaching Membership is open to new members. The Choir Baton Teaching Membership is an online resource for choir teachers to access curated information to help you be successful and feel supported throughout the school year. To learn more or sign up click here…
 
The beginning of the school year is fast approaching (for some it’s already started!) and there are SO many things to do. There are rooms to arrange, documents to prepare, music to organize, and before you know it, the first day of rehearsal arrives. I know the members of our Choir Director Corner Community Membership were in planning mode, because…
 
(Part 2/2) No one lives forever. We’re all familiar with the cliché, “life is short.” But have you ever wondered just exactly how short? Have you ever considered the manner in which you might leave this earth when it’s your time to go? Death by fire, drowning, or being shot & killed are only some of the greatest fears held by many that have contemp…
 
On today’s episode, I’m discussing a topic that I’ve seen a lot of questions on lately, and that’s recruiting. COVID really did a number on the arts, and a lot of choir directors are dealing with record-low numbers of singers in their programs. In order to help you be as successful as possible in your recruiting efforts, I am busting the 10 myths a…
 
No one lives forever. We’re all familiar with the cliché, “life is short.” But have you ever wondered just exactly how short? Have you ever considered the manner in which you might leave this earth when it’s your time to go? Death by fire, drowning, or being shot & killed are only some of the greatest fears held by many that have contemplated their…
 
Out of all the topics that I get questions on from our CDC Community Membership members, the topic that gets discussed the most is how to find and select repertoire. When I look back at my most successful concerts, and I compare how I have selected repertoire from concert to concert, there are some common themes that appear. In today’s episode of t…
 
You've heard over 200 episodes of The Choir Room (you didn't skip any... right??) and now it's time to find out the top 25 of both Choir Room hosts. Now it's time for Matt's list! From #25 all the way to #1 - press play and find out what made the list! Follow us on Twitter: @choirroompod E-mail us! Feedback, ideas, fact-checks, anything! choirroomp…
 
You've heard over 200 episodes of The Choir Room (you didn't skip any... right??) and now it's time to find out the top 25 of both Choir Room hosts. First up is Aman's list! From #25 all the way to #1 - press play and find out what made the list! Follow us on Twitter: @choirroompod E-mail us! Feedback, ideas, fact-checks, anything! choirroompodcast…
 
I had a question recently from one of our CDC Community Membership members about my philosophy on warm-ups--my approach to warm-ups, and what I wanted my warm-ups to accomplish for each rehearsal. Through our discussion, we came up with a list, and I’m sharing that list with you today--Nine Things Your Choir Warm-ups Should Do Each and Every Rehear…
 
In July of 2013, 59 year-old Charles Parker and his wife, 51 year-old Gretchen Parker, were found brutally murdered inside their Jonesville, South Carolina home. Police couldn’t seem to make sense of who might want the couple dead... until researching their backgrounds. A lot of us have skeletons in our closets- some darker than others- but the sec…
 
The New Directions step up to the podcast plate as we look through all of their performances we have not yet talked about here in The Choir Room! Songs included and ranked in this podcast: 1x12: Jump 1x12: Smile 1x22: To Sir, With Love 2x01: Empire State of Mine 2x08: Marry You 2x10: The Most Wonderful Day of the Year 2x10: Welcome Christmas 2x14: …
 
As we get closer to the start of the school year, I see more and more questions from choir directors about finding repertoire to fit a specific theme. They're frustrated, stressed out and at their wit's end, trying to find something that fits their concert theme. Here's the answer (possible unpopular opinion): You don’t need a concert theme! In tod…
 
The New Directions step up to the podcast plate as we look through all of their performances from the end of an episode of Glee! Nothing sends you away from an episode feeling a feeling quite like the closing numbers, so it's time to look at them all! Songs included and ranked in this podcast: 1x01: Don’t Stop Believin’ 1x05: Somebody to Love 1x07:…
 
One of the biggest challenges that choir directors face is finding and selecting repertoire for their choirs. Finding and selecting repertoire can be soooooo frustrating, and so incredibly time-consuming. Which is why I created a resource to help you do just that--the CDC Choir Repertoire Lists. And in today’s episode of the podcast, I will discuss…
 
One of the biggest challenges for choir directors is warm-ups. Finding warm-ups, what warm-ups to use, selecting warm-ups, and then how to actually do warm-ups in rehearsal. I’ve also heard from some choir directors that they wish that choir warm-ups were just “done for them”. For some people, it’s that they aren’t confident singers and they aren’t…
 
A 7-year-old cheerleader mysteriously vanishes from a Saturday evening youth all-star football game in rural Scottsville, Kentucky. She went to the bathrooms and concession stand with friends, but never returned. After the game is halted and those in attendance form search parties, she is quickly located within just a few hundred yards of the field…
 
The New Directions as a whole now step up to the podcast plate as we look through all of their performances from a competition! Sectionals, Regionals, Nationals, etc! Songs included and ranked in this podcast: 1x13: You Can’t Always Get What You Want 1x13: Don't Rain on My Parade 1x22: Any Way You Want It/Lovin’ Touchin’ Squeezin’ 1x22: Don’t Stop …
 
Yes, we are thankfully in full-on summer vacation mode! But, that doesn't mean we can't start thinking about next fall and the new ideas/strategies/techniques that you want to incorporate into your teaching next year. Unfortunately, there are lots of things that can get in the way of our plans to bring a better experience to our singers. Sometimes …
 
Major shoutout to Fandom Feels 2 on YouTube for putting together a compilation of clips of Santana Lopez "dragging everyone on Glee". They've put our four videos, covering all six season, and we've put them all here together for you to listen to in podcast form. Santana Lopez had too many iconic lines and drags to pick out only some, so here you ha…
 
On July 30, 2008, 38-year-old unemployed Army veteran Scott J. Johnson sexually assaulted a 24-year-old woman off a remote bike path in the woods of East Kingsford, MI. Along the Menominee River, teetering the Michigan/Wisconsin border, Johnson aggressively forced himself upon his unwilling victim, but the sexual assault committed that afternoon wa…
 
It's the series you've been waiting for. A deep dive into THE most iconic Glee character, Santana Lopez. For part four of four, we will talk through Santana's season 5 and 6. At the end, we take all of Santana's featured songs and reveal the final rankings based on voting from both hosts as well as anyone who participated in the song surveys! For p…
 
It's the series you've been waiting for. A deep dive into THE most iconic Glee character, Santana Lopez. For part three of four, we will talk through Santana's season 4 and a bit of season 5. At the end, we take all of Santana's featured songs and reveal the final rankings based on voting from both hosts as well as anyone who participated in the so…
 
One of the ways that you can inject energy and excitement into your rehearsal process is through the use of special projects. A number of years back at my previous school, the school had provided every student with an iPad. With this new technology at our fingertips, I wanted to come up with some way that my singers could utilize their iPads to eng…
 
It's the podcast series you've been waiting for. A deep dive into THE most iconic Glee character, Santana Lopez. For part two of four, we will talk through Santana's season 3. At the end, we take all of Santana's featured songs and reveal the final rankings based on voting from both hosts as well as anyone who participated in the song surveys! For …
 
It's the podcast series you've been waiting for. A deep dive into THE most iconic Glee character, Santana Lopez. For part one of four, we will talk through Santana in seasons 1 and 2. At the end, we take all of Santana's featured songs and reveal the final rankings based on voting from both hosts as well as anyone who participated in the song surve…
 
Whether you just finished holding auditions for your choir, or you’ve got them coming up in the near future, it’s ALWAYS a good time to review your audition process. What do your choir auditions really tell you? How could you make them more effective, as well as more efficient? Well, in today’s episode of the podcast, I discuss the ten essential el…
 
Whenever it gets to be concert season, I see a LOT of posts from directors talking about two things that can easily be thorns in our sides: 1) concert rubrics, and 2) make-up assignments. In today’s episode of the podcast, I discuss what these things look like for me in a typical year, and where you can get copies of the rubrics that I use so that …
 
On October 20, 2007, just outside of Toronto’s city limits, 26 year old Brett Ryan would rob his first bank. Disguised in hospital bandages, he handed the teller a note that read “Stay calm. I have a gun in the sling,” referencing the fake arm cast he wore, fastened from a strap around his neck. This is the story of a seemingly average college stud…
 
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