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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 ...
 
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 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 ...
 
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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!
 
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 will always be able to pivot from now on. There will always be Plan B and C in my head… I learned a lot of flexibility in that COVID year of teaching." Dr. Matthew Myers serves as assistant professor of choral music education at WSU. He conducts the University Singers and Treble Choir and teaches courses in music education methods, conducting, a…
 
Matt L and Matty G are bringing you extensive coverage of the film series that defined our generation - High School Musical! Coverage will be broken into three parts each for each of the three films! In this episode, listen to the Matts recap Part 3 of the High School Musical 3: Senior Year (2008), covering the final 40:00 of the film! Follow us on…
 
Chicago is the 3rd most populated city in the United States. It’s an easy place to get lost...or hide, if you’re a criminal. In 2017, Northwestern Professor & microbiologist Wydam Lathem was secretly planning a crime from behind his computer keyboard. Dr. Lathem was the last person anyone would have ever suspected of committing murder...until an an…
 
"The Power is in the Debrief". My friend, who works in the business world, said this to me recently. As we talked, what he really was talking about was the importance of reflection and self-assessment. In this episode of the podcast, I discuss the different ways reflection can benefit student learning, and also discuss a perfect opportunity for ref…
 
Matt L and Matty G are bringing you extensive coverage of the film series that defined our generation - High School Musical! Coverage will be broken into three parts each for each of the three films! In this episode, listen to the Matts recap Part 2 of the High School Musical 3: Senior Year (2008), covering the middle 40:00 of the film! Follow us o…
 
Matt L and Matty G are bringing you extensive coverage of the film series that defined our generation - High School Musical! Coverage will be broken into three parts each for each of the three films! In this episode, listen to the Matts recap Part 1 of the High School Musical 3: Senior Year (2008), covering the first 40:00 of the film! Follow us on…
 
Matt L and Matty G are bringing you extensive coverage of the film series that defined our generation - High School Musical! Coverage will be broken into three parts each for each of the three films! In this episode, listen to the Matts recap Part 3 of the summer-centric High School Musical 2 (2007), covering the final 37:00 of the film! Follow us …
 
Matt L and Matty G are bringing you extensive coverage of the film series that defined our generation - High School Musical! Coverage will be broken into three parts each for each of the three films! In this episode, listen to the Matts recap Part 2 of the summer-centric High School Musical 2 (2007), covering the middle 37:00 of the film! Follow us…
 
Matt L and Matty G are bringing you extensive coverage of the film series that defined our generation - High School Musical! Coverage will be broken into three parts each for each of the three films! In this episode, listen to the Matts recap Part 1 of the summer-centric High School Musical 2 (2007), covering the first 37:00 of the film! Follow us …
 
Matt L and Matty G are bringing you extensive coverage of the film series that defined our generation - High School Musical! Coverage will be broken into three parts each for each of the three films! In this episode, the journey concludes with Part 3 of the original High School Musical (2006), covering the final 32:40 of the film! Follow us on Twit…
 
Matt L and Matty G are bringing you extensive coverage of the film series that defined our generation - High School Musical! Coverage will be broken into three parts each for each of the three films! In this episode, the journey continues with Part 2 of the original High School Musical (2006), covering the next 32:40 of the film! Follow us on Twitt…
 
Matt L and Matty G are bringing you extensive coverage of the film series that defined our generation - High School Musical! Coverage will be broken into three parts each for each of the three films! In this episode, the journey begins with Part 1 of the original High School Musical (2006), covering the first 32:40 of the film! Follow us on Twitter…
 
During the early morning hours on March 29th, 2019, 21-year-old Samantha Josephson, a student at the University of South Carolina, was out with friends in the Five Points district of Columbia. Although her friends were looking to spend a night out on the town, Samantha wanted to call it a night early and ordered an Uber home shortly after 2 a.m. Wh…
 
The world lost a legend last month with the passing of Stephen Sondheim. Today we're joined by Beth Dixon (follow her!) to re-visit season 5's "Bash" - an episode featuring four Sondheim numbers. We also look back on some other Glee covers of Sondheim songs! Follow us on Twitter: @choirroompod E-mail us! Feedback, ideas, fact-checks, anything! choi…
 
The search for choir repertoire can be time-consuming, and often frustrating. You may be in that place where you are asking yourself, "What in the world am I going to program for my next concert?" Or maybe you are just looking for some fresh repertoire ideas. If so, today's episode is for you! I'm sharing five new choral pieces that you should cons…
 
This week it's time to take another look at season 4's "Guilty Pleasures"! From the Spice Girls to Mamma Mia to some questionable taste from Jake, it's time to revisit this late-season 4 adult-less episode. Follow us on Twitter: @choirroompod E-mail us! Feedback, ideas, fact-checks, anything! choirroompodcast@gmail.com…
 
This episode in 2019 is the most downloaded Choir Baton Podcast Episode ever. And I get it. This time of year is insane. But last year it wasn’t. Or if it was crazy for you, chances are it wasn’t because you were in a million different performances - you were probably dealing with the pandemic in your own way and with your own family stuff. Did you…
 
Ronald Lee Haskell, a 34-year-old man raised in a devout Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints family, was conditioned and committed to follow his predestined role as “man of the house” upon his eventual marriage. When he took sentiments of the Mormon Church’s ideology too far however, things quickly turned violent. Melannie Kaye Lyon, Ron’s …
 
I read an interesting article recently on "The Science of Learning", which asked some psychology teachers about their best teaching strategies. I thought it was a fantastic article, so in this episode of the podcast, I'm sharing with you 5 of the strategies from the article that you can quickly incorporate into your teaching. Looking for more rehea…
 
Special guest Tyler Lyons from My Weekly Meltdown joins to talk about one of his favorite, underrated episodes, Saturday Night Gleever! DONATE TO SNIXXMAS 2.0 BEFORE DECEMBER 17TH! All proceeds benefiting Alexandria House, in memory and in honor of Naya Rivera. Follow us on Twitter: @choirroompod E-mail us! Feedback, ideas, fact-checks, anything! c…
 
There's been a LOT of things going on lately, and one of the things we've been involved in recently was the Iowa All-State Chorus. This year, it was Dr. Edith Copley leading the choir, and she was AMAZING! Throughout the weekend, she shared a number of rehearsal concepts with the singers that are pretty much universal, no matter what it is that you…
 
Yep, clickbait title. But real life truths thrown at you in this episode. I'll talk to you about what ONE THING you need to add to your rehearsals this concert season to increase connection and accelerate growth. More detailed show notes coming and with a downloadable template based on this episode!โดย Beth Philemon
 
In 2011 the Capital Gazette daily newspaper out of Annapolis, Maryland published a revealing exposé on the dangers of social media entitled, “Jarrod Wants to Be Your Friend.” The piece recounted one man’s relentless cyber harassment of a former high school acquaintance through Facebook. Though the article was originally intended to warn readers of …
 
The boys are back to revisit season 2's "Duets" for another look in on Aman's favorite episode! Follow us on Twitter: @choirroompod E-mail us! Feedback, ideas, fact-checks, anything! choirroompodcast@gmail.com Want to help financially support the show? paypal.me/choirroompodcastโดย The Choir Room
 
It may sound like the most boring podcast you've ever imagined, and it might BE the most boring podcast you've ever imagined... but it's not... so you should listen! After a year's worth of character studies and song rankings, it's time to go through the ENTIRE CATALOGUE OF Glee covers and tell you where everything ranked. BUT.. with a bit of a twi…
 
We rarely see the critical warning signs of someone suffering from a debilitating mental illness until the symptoms have entirely consumed the individual to the point of noticeable change or decline. 26 year-old Buckey Wolfe of Seattle, WA was one of these people. His escalating reclusion & his growing obsession with the dark corners of the interne…
 
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell has been recognized by many for his tremendous leadership skills. After his recent passing, there were a number of stories detailing his service and leadership, with one of those stories listing his 13 rules of leadership. In today's episode of the podcast, I share with you his 13 rules of leadership, and disc…
 
Interviewed at the 2019 Southwest ACDA Convention, Z. Randall Stroope talks of his early mentors, balancing a career of conducting and composing and where to find great texts for composition. Musical excerpts: Sure on this shining night - Stroope Amor di alma - Stroope The Road Not Taken - Stroopeโดย Jonathan Babcock
 
Do your singers like Halloween? My singers don't just LOVE Halloween, they are CRAZY about it! So this year, I wanted to come up with an activity that combined music along with their love of Halloween. In this episode, I will discuss the activity--Halloween Music Jeopardy--the steps I took in putting everything together, and how it went with my cho…
 
Turns out there were 28 Glee covers we still had not yet ranked! The songs that never made air on FOX, or never even ended up released onto iTunes.... but it's time to talk about them all. Songs included and ranked in this podcast: 1x11: Don't Make Me Over 1x14: Hello 12, Hello 13, Hello Love 1x15: Burning Up Season 2: Angels We Have Heard on High …
 
We were fortunate to recently have our Fall Choir Concert--our first "normal" choir concert, in many, many months! In today's episode of the podcast, I'm sharing with you some of my observations from our concert, as well as some things that my singers shared following the concert. Whether you aren't quite back to having concerts yet, or you've got …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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