Updated on a regular basis. Last updated 24/1/2022
Below are some informative videos from webinars held by choral organisations around the world
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The National Association of Teachers of Singing, the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA), Chorus America, Barbershop Harmony Society, and Performing Arts Medicine Association (PAMA) present an important webinar about the ongoing research about aerosols and singing.
The National Association of Teachers of Singing, the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA), Chorus America, Barbershop Harmony Society, and Performing Arts Medical Association (PAMA) presented a webinar about the near term future of singing as we seek fact based solutions in protecting our singers, teachers, and conductors during this time.
COVID-19 & the Future of Choral Singing: In conversation with Professor Raina MacIntyre. Presented by Gondwana Choirs and UNSW Sydney.
Following on from the COVID seminar, 'Back to choir: positive and practical next steps', a free webinar aimed to provide practical information which will assist Australian conductors to be prepared for stepping back into rehearsals, considering all precautions and modifications, supporting mental health and other important issues.
Sharing promising projects and technologies that keep us connected and singing, with a goal to share inspiration, vision, and creative, practical solutions for the field.
- Martin Ashley – Editor-in-chief, ABCD Choral Singing Research
- Esmeralda Conde Ruiz – composer and choral director
- Ben Selby – Director of Music Publishing, OUP
- Daniel Spreadbury – Dorico Product Marketing Manager, Steinberg
Chair: Mark Sproson – choral director, arranger and music technologist
'At the start of the pandemic, there was much concern that singing, particularly choral singing, could be a major risk in the transmission of COVID-19, as was reported widely in the press. As a result, there has been much caution in the process of reopening our choirs. Before the pandemic, there had been little study into the production of aerosols with regard to singing, and in the past few months studies have taken place, the most significant of which is the PERFORM trial on behalf of the British government. We are honored to welcome Declan Costello of the PERFORM trial to this webinar. Mr Costello is a Consultant Ear, Nose & Throat Surgeon and professional singer and he will explain the findings of the study. Our panel will explore how an evidence based return to choral singing might look, and how best to assess and mitigate potential risks of returning.'