We had a committee meeting last night via Zoom.
As you can see we were all very supportive when Judith had problems with her audio and was driven to drink!
Singing in a group is likely to be some way of yet but there are lots of different on-line/Zoom/Youtube based virtual choirs to consider to fill that void.
This one was emailed to me today.
I've no idea if it is good/bad/indifferent but some of you may be interested as they're doing a medley from "Les Miserables" in August.
Further info is available from https://www.virtualmusicteaching.com/virtual-choir
Alos, this Friday (24th July, 5pm) they're doing Vivaldi's "Domine Fili unigenite" then next Friday (31st July, 5pm) it's Handels' Hallelujah Chorus.
If anyone has tried any other online choirs and wants to send suggestions/give feedback that would be great :)
For anyone who might be interested in a Zoom opera workshop.
"Join us for a fun four-week series of workshops where you’ll learn all the best singing tips and tricks from a professional choral director from Opera North.
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By the end of the course, you will be able to sing excerpts from Bizet’s Carmen and Smetana’s The Bartered Bride, as well as the rousing Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves from Verdi’s Nabucco.
In the final workshop singers from all vocal parts will join together to sing as a full virtual chorus via Zoom!
When: Weekly, 20 July – 12 August
Where: Your own home
The workshop is ‘pay as you feel’ – you will have the opportunity to donate however much you like in the checkout stage and before or after each workshop.
From Couch to Chorus and our wider education programme is kindly supported by the Emerald Foundation."