How to sing in a choir with AmyBeth Beel
Watch our video interview with ICMP vocal tutor AmyBeth Beel on why singing in a choir is good for your musical health...
From Thriller to Daft Punk via big gospel numbers, the ICMP choir leaves very few musical bases uncovered.
But if you've not sung in a choir before doing so could be seen as a daunting challenge.
How do you find a range at which your voice feels comfortable?
And how can you ensure you don't damage your vocals when singing?
ICMP tutor and choir musical director AmyBeth looks after the ICMP choir.
Hailing from Aberdeen, Amy has vast experience in running vocal programmes for musical theatre companies and music schools. According to her, singing in a choir has numerous benefits for all:
It’s a great learning experience for all musicians - just look at bands like the Foo Fighters where the drummer sings - if you do join a band, you might be asked to do backing vocals, it’ll help you harmonise, blend ... singing with others lets you see the whole musical picture of a group."
The choir rehearse in room 105B 7-8.30pm every Wednesday during term time.
Watch our interview with AmyBeth below:
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