Help for Musical Directors
There is a one particular sound, a true, resonant ring that is an elusive quality in choral singing and it takes a special group of people to sing in a way that is truly unified and resonant. This is the sound that lights up an audience with the sheer quality of the singing. Tuning, timing, articulation and vowel shape all play a vital part in creating it.
Many choir singers have had little or no vocal training. Singers often come to choir with snippets of information about breathing and vocal projection that are at best, confusing for them and often, woefully inaccurate. It can make singing jolly hard work for them – often leaving them hoarse and certainly making them feel like they aren’t singing their best. Choir coaching helps your singers by getting them to use the same techniques as each other, thereby creating a unified and cohesive sound.