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By Felicity Turner As your local choir returns to rehearsing in person, how can you deal with any anxiety about singing next to people again? It’s been 18 months since we were allowed to stand shoulder to shoulder and join together in song. And with all the upsetting...
Do we have to leave our virtual choirs at home post-pandemic? Absolutely not! Find out why on The Stay at Home Choir Blog this week.
Gain exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the life of Rosephanye Powell, featured in the Stay At Home Choir Album Project.
See behind the scenes into the daily lives of the living composers featured in The Stay At Home Choir Album Project.
Restrictions are being eased in some places, and going out to choir practice feels like less of a dream. But what does that mean for the Stay At Home Choir?
6 (tongue-in-cheek) reasons why going to choir practice in your living room is better than the real thing
A year has passed since the first horrifying news that choir practice was cancelled, “for a few weeks”. Months later, live choirs are still muted. But thanks to the wonder of technology, thousands of people worldwide are enjoying the benefits of singing with choirs...
Whether you’re feeling the screen strain, or you just want to make sure it doesn’t rear its ugly head – follow these simple steps to make sure your virtual choir practice leaves you feeling happy & refreshed.
We know singing is good for us. We know that it makes us happy. But these are times like no other. Most of us are juggling more than we ever thought possible. Paddling hard just to stay afloat. “Surely”, you might be thinking, “attending choir practice should be the last thing on our minds?”. Well, you’d be surprised.
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