Singing VS. Shouting: Vocal Advice from an Expert

In show choir, our end product is the result of hours of practice and preparation. Those hours are split among the many facets of the...  More

More Joyful Sounds of the Season: Recording a Holiday Album of Your Own

If your choral program is like mine, you have more than a few holiday traditions that happen every year.  More

“Wowing” Your Audience With Pop Music

Current pop hits have become an increasingly important part of the show choir repertoire. For many programs, singing songs that students...  More

Copyright Confusion Creates Dark Cloud Over Show Choir

Over the last few months in particular, there has been a movement in show choir that seeks to educate directors and boosters more fully...  More

Tips from an Arranger and Adjudicator: Five Steps to Creating an Awesome Show Choir

Arranger and Adjudicator Jeff Bowen offers helpful tips for all budding show choir directors to develop an outstanding program.  More

New To Copyright? No Problem!

Picture this: You are preparing for your new competition show. You've found all the right pieces-great song selections, fantastic arranger,...  More

Finding an Arranger That’s the Right Fit

Finding a suitable arranger can be a challenge. If you've got a good one and things are going well, then you've got a valuable asset. Maybe...  More

Moving the Show Choir World Forward: Creating Original Music

There is a slight shift happening in show choir these days. It is a refreshing shift, in fact. It is regarding music selections for some...  More