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I had a blast speaking with Jen Randall for her podcast “Preaching to the Choir” about arranging for show choirs and working with show choir
Download for FREE Exposure to arranging at a young age was one of the things that kick-started my love for music. It enabled me to
It’s easy to think of show choir as being divided into two camps: those who do “story” shows and those who do “traditional” shows. But
Most people associate show choir with Broadway, but Hollywood may provide a more useful model for show design teams. Learn why in this guest post
If you are new to teaching show choir (or just looking to up your game) there is a large community of professionals and resources available
Music has been part of trailers for as long as sound has accompanied picture. The Jazz Singer (1927) is often hailed as the first feature-length
This article in Productions Magazine written by one of my frequent collaborators, Michael Berg Raunick, gives a break down of the creation of the Counterpoints
Check out Production Magazine’s article giving a behind-the-scenes look at the North Central “Descants” and their pirate themed show. It’s a good resource for new
In a guest post for Productions Magazine, I outline three ways arrangers can make sure their arrangements of pop songs are effective and memorable. Read
OK FINE, so there’s no such thing as a perfect score sheet. All scoring systems have flaws because music is a subjective art and it’s