Amanda Carroll

Amanda Carroll
Amanda Carroll is a former middle school chorus and general music teacher in North Carolina. She is a member of Carolina Style Chorus and Sweet Adelines International and is a non-performing member of Womansong of Asheville. She has Master of Music and Master of Public Administration degrees from Appalachian State University. Her background includes singing with large and small ensembles, as well as solo work and teaching private lessons. Amanda is passionate about creating meaningful concerts and connecting with the community through performance.

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Tips for Recruiting New Singers with Social Media

Discover many effective ways to recruit new singers for your chorus using social media.

10 Ways to Practice in 10 Minutes or Less

Discover 10 fast, focused, and productive ways for choral singers to rehearse and prepare for performances.

Technology & Copyright tips for continuing online performances

If your choir is planning to continue online performances, here's a helpful list of tools, tips, and resources for Livestreaming and copyright approvals.

Alleviating Singers’ Health Concerns to Retain Members

Learn ways to reduce your choir members' COVID health concerns when singing in-person, to help retain members.

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Are Hybrid Choir Rehearsals Here to Stay?

Review the advantages and disadvantages of online rehearsals, and learn how to make virtual rehearsals more engaging.

Feeling Defeated From Shrinking Choir Membership - And 7 Ways to Adapt

Discover 7 "silver lining" opportunities to strengthen your choir if it has experienced declining membership during the pandemic.

Helping Kids Return to In-Person Choir

Learn some tips for helping young singers recover from the stressors that have occurred over the last year and prepare for in-person singing.

Motivating Kids to Practice: A Collaborative Approach

Getting your child to practice their music outside of rehearsal time can be a challenge. Learn some strategies to motivate them to put in the work!

Communicating Effectively with Children’s Choir Parents

One of the most important responsibilities for leadership of a children’s choir is to communicate effectively with parents. Check out these tips for success!

Maintaining Vocal Health Without Regular Rehearsals

Noticed a difference in your singing voice during quarantine? Check out these tips to re-build your vocal health in preparation for in-person rehearsals!

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