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The Choir Director Corner Podcast is dedicated to providing you with practical resources to utilize in your teaching as a choir director. 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 challe ...
 
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.
 
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
 
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Now that we've moved into April, the podcast is going to turn our focus to end-of-the-year topics. In today's episode, I share 12 gift ideas for those seniors in your choir that are graduating. The end of the year seems to fly by, so we need things that won't take a lot of time. And we aren't made of money, so we need ideas that are relatively inex…
 
On Friday, May 24th, 2019, Jennifer Dulos, a Connecticut mother of five, dropped off her children at school and began her trek into New York for a day full of doctor appointments. Jennifer was seen arriving back at home, and after two hours, departing again for her trip. But after the family’s nanny arrived with the children in New York later that …
 
Nobody did it like Sue and it's time to talk about it. In part two of the Sue Sylvester character study, we check in on how Sue Cs it during the back-half of the show (seasons 4-6)! At the end, we take all of Sue's featured songs and reveal the final rankings based on voting from both hosts as well as anyone who participated in the song surveys! Fo…
 
Hello Choir Baton, I want to hear from you. This episode is a call to action for you to submit your choral story for what your choir experiences were over the past year. I want to know what were some things that you overcame, discovered, and are still finding solutions for. I am asking you to submit a response using this google form. Your video sho…
 
Nobody did it like Sue and it's time to talk about it. In part one of the Sue Sylvester character study, we check in on how Sue Cs it during the first three season. At the end, we take all of Sue'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 part one, you'l…
 
Have you ever thought while conducting your choir, "If I do more, my conducting will be more expressive and more effective"? That's often how we as conductors approach our conducting style when in front of our choirs. But an excellent session from the recent ACDA virtual conference shared a different perspective. On today's episode of the podcast, …
 
Kurt Hummel is here! Porcelain, your time is now. Another member of the New Directions original six, it's time to talk through Kurt's story. In part three we close out Kurt's story as he and Blaine become engaged, broken up, and then somehow married in seasons 5 and 6. At the end, we take all of Kurt's featured songs and reveal the final rankings b…
 
Kurt Hummel is here! Porcelain, your time is now. Another member of the New Directions original six, it's time to talk through Kurt's story. Part two focuses on Kurt's graduation in season 3 and transition to NYC in season 4! At the end, we take all of Kurt's featured songs and reveal the final rankings based on voting from both hosts as well as an…
 
Kurt Hummel is here! Porcelain, your time is now. Another member of the New Directions original six, it's time to talk through Kurt's story and start off with discussion of season 1 and 2. At the end, we take all of Kurt's featured songs and reveal the final rankings based on voting from both hosts as well as anyone who participated in the song sur…
 
On April 5, the TXST Chorale will perform as part of the London Handel Festival virtual performance of Handel's most famous oratorio Messiah. In this episode we speak to Festival Director Samir Savant about the project.Jonathan Babcock による
 
The world of Esports (“Electronic Sports”) has become one of the fastest growing communities of our lifetime. Professional video game tournaments clock in over 500 million views from the biggest competitions on streaming platforms such as YouTube and Twitch. But what happens when something goes wrong at one of these events and the whole world is wa…
 
Fondue For YOU that's some hot podcast yeah fondue for youuuuu! This one was a whole lot of fun to go back through six seasons of Brittany and break it all down. Our secret genius provided the content to keep this show running as long as it did and that's that on that. At the end, we take all of Brittany's featured songs and reveal the final rankin…
 
Fondue For YOU that's some hot podcast yeah fondue for youuuuu! This one was a whole lot of fun to go back through six seasons of Brittany and break it all down. Our secret genius provided the content to keep this show running as long as it did and that's that on that. At the end, we take all of Brittany's featured songs and reveal the final rankin…
 
It’s one of the craziest times of year--that’s right, “March Madness”! But why should the sports world have all the fun? In today’s episode of the podcast, I will show you how to make a March Madness Choir bracket for your singers. AND, I will tell you how you can get a copy of the bracket that I created, that you can then take it and use with your…
 
Our Quarterback now and forever, it's time to talk about Finn Hudson. For part 2, we discuss Finn in season 3 and 4, and beyond. At the end, we take all of Finn'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 part two, you'll hear #16-1 of Finn's song ranking…
 
Our Quarterback now and forever, it's time to talk about Finn Hudson. For part 1, we discuss Finn in season 1 and 2. At the end, we take all of Finn'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 part one, you'll hear #33-17 of Finn's song rankings. The 33 s…
 
This special sneak peak of The Doodler is proudly sponsored by Sony Music. The Golden State Killer. The Unabomber. Ted Bundy. You’re probably familiar with these serial killers. But in the mid-1970s, another monster terrorized San Francisco’s gay community. He was coined “The Doodler,” and he may have been responsible for as many victims as the Zod…
 
19-year-old Serena “Serenity” McKay is reported missing on Sunday, April 23rd, 2017 in the Sagkeeng Anicinabe First Nations reserve in Manitoba, CA. After just two hours of searching, a community elder comes across her badly beaten and mutilated body. Police are slow to release details of the investigation - but the existence of a horrific video cl…
 
Will Schuester, this is your tape. We gotta do it, ya'll! We gotta talk about Mr. Schue. For part 3 we'll be diving into Will's story from season 5-6. At the end, we take all of Will'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 part three, you'll hear #15-…
 
Will Schuester, this is your tape. We gotta do it, ya'll! We gotta talk about Mr. Schue. For part 2 we'll be diving into Will's story from season 3–4. At the end, we take all of Will'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 part two, you'll hear #30-16…
 
Will Schuester, this is your tape. We gotta do it, ya'll! We gotta talk about Mr. Schue. For part 1 we'll be diving into Will's story from season 1-2. At the end, we take all of Will'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 part one, you'll hear #40-31…
 
Today we sit down to run through some song rankings as voted on by The Choir Room listeners as well as your two favorite hosts. The categories and songs for today's countdown are: TRIOS (3 person groups): 102: I Say A Little Prayer 121: Good Vibrations 215: Landslide 220: Friday 304: Candyman 311: Ben 316: You Should Be Dancing 316: Disco Inferno 3…
 
Today we sit down to run through some song rankings as voted on by The Choir Room listeners as well as your two favorite hosts. The categories and songs for today's countdown are: QUARTETS (4 person groups): 117: Run Joey Run 117: Total Eclipse of the Heart 213: Somebody to Love 222: Bella Notte 309: My Favorite Things 310: The First Time Ever I Sa…
 
Today we sit down to run through some song rankings as voted on by The Choir Room listeners as well as your two favorite hosts. The categories and songs for today's countdown are: QUINTETS (5 person groups): 103: I Wanna Sex You Up 117: U Can’t Touch This 120: Beth 120: Shout it Out Loud 215: Afternoon Delight 313: Let Me Love You 318: Cell Block T…
 
Today we sit down to run through some song rankings as voted on by The Choir Room listeners as well as your two favorite hosts. The categories and songs for today's countdown are: RANDOM SHOW CHOIRS/OTHER GROUPS: Baby Got Back - Adam’s Apples (411) Jesus is My Friend - Aural Intensity (216) Imagine - Haverbrook School for the Deaf (111) Bootyliciou…
 
With Covid positivity rates going down and the vaccine being rolled out, many choir directors have been asking questions about going back to in-person rehearsals. So in this episode of the podcast, I am sharing my experience with moving back to in-person rehearsals, including the logistics involved, and some suggestions for your future music-making…
 
I had three profound conversations about leadership over the past week and I couldn't not share them with the Choir Baton community. I think we are all familiar with the problem of taking on too many projects and staying busy, as teachers or as musicians. This episode is for you to let you know three important lessons that I learned this week and a…
 
On Saturday, February 23rd - 2019, Jassy Correia was out celebrating her upcoming birthday at the popular Venu nightclub in Boston, MA. The following Wednesday, an alert went out that she was now officially considered a “missing person.” Family and friends hadn’t heard from her in days, and whilst Boston Police promptly posted the club’s surveillan…
 
In my world, it’s absolutely essential that I teach vocal technique in rehearsal. Singers have so many demands on their time, it seems that I have fewer and fewer students each year who study voice privately. For most of my singers, I am the only voice teacher they will ever have. And for choir directors looking to save time, using warm-ups to teac…
 
Recorded from the floor of the 2020 TMEA Convention, Temple University professor Dr. Deb Confredo speaks with Dr. Babcock about the future of music education including technology in the classroom and the new world of remote teaching.Jonathan Babcock による
 
In this episode, I discuss my reasons for leaving the classroom. It was not easy, but there were a lot of factors that impacted my decision. I know that especially during this time, you may be thinking about what you can change and control, and I am here to tell you that it is okay! Choir Baton Host: Beth Philemon | Choir Baton Podcast Producer: Ma…
 
For our final Valentine's Day glee-watch, The Choir Room re-visits season 5, episode 1: "Love, Love, Love." Chappell is back one last time (for now) to talk all things Kartie, Klaine, Siggins, and Pezberry! Follow us on Twitter: @choirroompod E-mail us! Feedback, ideas, fact-checks, anything! choirroompodcast@gmail.com Want to help financially supp…
 
Unique deserved better and hopefully you agree if you're about to hit play on this podcast! We sit down to talk through Unique's entire story from start to finish with lots of discussion of how it all could've been written better. At the end, we take all of Unique's featured songs and reveal the final rankings based on voting from both hosts as wel…
 
What a duo, right? With no songs to rank, we take two of Glee's comedic relief characters and talk through their six-season journeys on the show. #FireFiggins #BeckyJacksonIsAQUEEN YouTube videos used: Welcome to McKinley || Glee Special Features Season 1 (featuring Principal Figgins) Becky Jackson being a Queen for 5 minutes straight Follow us on …
 
Signed, Sealed, Delivered, she's yours. She knows what she wants and she'll stop at nothing to get it! It's time to talk all things Kitty Wilde, our only season 4 friend(?) to make it through to season 6. At the end, we take all of Kitty's featured songs and reveal the final rankings based on voting from both hosts as well as anyone who participate…
 
Introducing The Rutherfords! Today we take in all of our extra Glee club members who may not have been able to shine as bright as our leads, but still deserve some time in the spotlight. Lauren Zizes, Sugar Motta, Rory Flanagan, and Joe Hart (and maybe even some Matt Rutherford) are the topic of today's discussion. At the end, we take all of Rory a…
 
Bear with us as we try not to bore ourselves to sleep by talking about Ryder Lynn. It's time to see what Glee was going for with this new character written for the season 2 Glee Project winner. At the end, we take all of Ryder's featured songs and reveal the final rankings based on voting from both hosts as well as anyone who participated in the so…
 
So, what’s your choral library look like these days? Music all over the place? Stacks piled up, impossible to find anything? I get it, I’ve been there! But in today’s episode I describe my simple, easy system to organize your choral library once and for all! Whether you are redesigning your choral library or starting from scratch, this episode is f…
 
"Ohhh, Sugar! Honey honey! You are my candy girl!" It's actually a shame that neither Rory nor Artie sang that to Sugar. It was the perfect song! In any case we're back with Chappell to recap the season 3 V-Day special. Finn and Rachel once again tryna get hitched cuz ya know... it's Ohio. This week's episode re-visits season 3, episode 13: "Heart"…
 
On May 26, 2017, 35-year-old Jeremy Christian boarded a train in Portland, Oregon - heavily intoxicated and armed with his “right to free speech” and a knife. What happened next aboard the TriMet MAX Light Rail would forever alter the course of every single passenger onboard. As investigators eventually pieced together what led up to one of Oregon’…
 
I've been seeing all types of questions lately about finding choir repertoire; directors looking for specific pieces, or repertoire for specific ensembles, or just questions where to look for repertoire. So in today’s episode, I’m discussing nine resources that you might not have heard of to find great choir repertoire. If you are looking for fresh…
 
In this episode, Chantae and I discuss the many ways that students can have ownership of the music process in the choral classroom. This conversation led to topics such as sight reading, independence, and giving students leadership opportunities. Chantae D. Pittman is the Director of Choral Activities at Campbell High School in Smyrna, GA. Ms. Pitt…
 
L is for the way you listen to this podcast. O is.. you're the only ones we see. V is very very… Quinn's a cheater-dary. Welcome back everyone! This month in The Choir Room we’re rewatching all of the V-Day specials that Glee has to offer! So grab your candy and grab your boo (or if you’re single, grab your wine), sit back and enjoy as we re-visit …
 
To close out this Mercedes Jones series, we talk through seasons 5 and 6 as our girl begins to achieve all the success she deserves, lending a helping hand to her friends all along the way. At the end, we take all of Mercedes's featured songs and reveal the final rankings based on voting from both hosts as well as anyone who participated in the son…
 
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