Visual for the vocal training activity. Use a type of "koosh" ball to toss from teacher to student using "woo" as it makes an arch through the air. The student catches the ball and tosses it back to the teacher reproducing the same vowel.
A choir director’s responsibility for vocal technique training: "Choral warm-ups should be treated as group voice lessons. Identify something your group has trouble with, and choose vocal exercises that address the problem.
Use these simple, engaging warm ups to get your choir ready to sound their best. Students will begin with physical stretches, then they will activate their breath, and they will finally move into head voice.Warm ups are easy enough for anyone to lead, reg