5: Inform

  CORNERSTONE 5: INFORM   We have a very limited window in which to effectively communicate important news and information to our members. Straight after singing (or before the last song) is a great time to get their attention, as they’re most likely...
4: Sing

4: Sing

  CORNERSTONE 4: SING   When someone enters your choir, they arrive with all the baggage of their workplace or family life, all their social anxiety and feelings of inadequacy, and with all the uncertainty of what lies ahead. Our role is to create a...
3: Warm Up

3: Warm Up

  CORNERSTONE 3: WARM UP   You wouldn’t expect a sprinter to dash 100m before stretching… You wouldn’t let a formula one car race without a formation lap… You wouldn’t enter a pie eating competition without pre-stretching your...
2: Intro

2: Intro

  CORNERSTONE 2: INTRO   Right before you start to warm up with your choir, we need to take the time to properly introduce the session. This starts from the moment we request everyone’s attention. Getting this introduction right is really important. It...
1: Welcome

1: Welcome

  CORNERSTONE 1: WELCOME   When someone enters your choir, they arrive with all the baggage of their workplace or family life, all their social anxiety and feelings of inadequacy, and with all the uncertainty of what lies ahead. Our role is to create a...