The YV team have pulled together a selection of useful resources for teachers during these extraordinary times.
Many conductors and teachers have turned to assembling virtual choirs. If you’re looking for a way to showcase your students’ performances virtually, here are some resources to get you started.
Here are some useful articles about how to approach taking your choir online and the opportunities and challenges of this new approach.
The National Youth Choir of Scotland have developed online songs, musical games and activities that children can play at home (or in school) without contact to keep developing your musicianship skills and have fun.
Some teaching resources from Alfred:
The UK’s Music Mark organisation has a good round up of advice and support for teachers covering how to teach music online and keep your children safe.
Our guest speaker Andy Beck discusses his first experience of singing through a mask and some positive thoughts about how it might help singing technique.
UK guidelines for schools - Here is summary of the guidance for UK schools compiled by Young Voices UK
Professor Martin Ashley - Various papers on choirs returning to singing and the science of singing during COVID 19