As we all start getting back together, we are out of practice on a lot of things. We are even out of practice with practicing. Watch as Drew Wheaton gives you some tips and tricks to make your practice more effective and purposeful.
Learning to sight-read can be difficult, but the advantages of sight-reading make it all worth it in the end. Watch as Drew Wheaton explains the importance of learning to sight-read.
So, you have finally found four guys who sound pretty good together, you seem socially compatible and you have matching socks. Looks like the making of a new quartet! The next step … what are we going to sing? No doubt everyone has some excellent ideas but you just got a new CD from (insert
Either as a quartet or a chorus, we are always striving to make our performances better, of a higher quality, and more enjoyable for both the audience and the performers. There are several ways to do this… the first is to practice as often as you can, but that can even lead to some issues…
We take all types from those who were in collegiate groups to those who just started singing in the shower – and both are great! We teach them to sing and perform, but we never really teach them to be musicians. Here’s how you can help sculpt yourself and others into better musicians.