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Today on The Anacrusic Podcast, we’re continuing our conversation all about children’s choir. This time, my good friend and all things choir guru, Beth Philemon, is joining the conversation. She’s sharing some super important tips about why you should start a choir, auditioning, and thinking about meaningful repertoire for your students.
If you loved talking to Beth today, check out her other appearance on The Anacrusic Podcast in TAP 037: Bridging the Gap with Beth Philemon
Links mentioned in this episode:
- Justice Choir Songbook
- 150 Rounds for Singing & Teaching
- Stuart Chapman Hill
- One Accord by Georgia Newlin
- Roll Down, Justice! By Mark Miller
- Crooked River Choral Project
- Culture Code by Daniel Coyle
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