The Classical Collective Choir Vocal Warmup Package
The Classical Collective Choir Vocal Warmup Package - the perfect solution for choir directors who are seeking to elevate their choir's performance and take their vocal warmups to the next level! With 5 engaging vocal warmup videos, featuring melodies by popular composers like Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Mozart, and more, this downloadable package is designed to help your choir improve their vocal technique all while increasing their understanding and appreciation of music history! Each video is expertly crafted to target specific vocal skills, including breath control, vowel formation, diction, and more. Not only are these videos professionally recorded and mixed, but they also feature a male vocal lead that can help encourage your male vocalists to project their own voice! This package also includes reproducible PDF's for each warmup video, so directors can easily incorporate these exercises into your choir's regular warmup routine or even use them as sight-reading exercises! Download your copy today and give your choir the gift of exceptional, vocal warmups based on iconic works of art!
Vocal Warmup Videos For Every Choir!
Epic Vocal Warmups Video Package!
The Epic Vocal Warmup Video Series is a brand new, action-packed warmup series designed to encourage vocalists to confidently project and sing-out! Featuring backing vocals from the voices of the Eric Whitacre Choir, this package contains 5 video warmups with accompanying reproducible PDF’s, perfect for any advanced elementary, middle school, high school, or collegiate choir! This purchase includes a teacher license allowing teachers to share these video warmups with their students for in-person AND online learning!
Nathan (Choir Director)
“I used your first video in a class in which I was being observed. My principal was super impressed, "That's next level instructional technique!" I love that it allows me to take roll, but then also move around the choir, giving notes, instead of being chained behind the piano. Thank you!”