Amanda Carroll

Amanda Carroll
Amanda Carroll currently teaches middle school chorus and general music 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. She is passionate about creating meaningful concerts and connecting with the community through performance.

Recent Posts

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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3 Chorus Management Tips I've Learned Along the Way

Three things can save choir directors from frustration, heartache, and stress when it comes to managing a chorus: transparency, delegation, and trust.

Time-Saving Tactics for Choral Directors

Still overscheduling yourself in 2021? Try this top five time-saving tactics perfect for even the busiest of choral directors.

Digital Marketing Tools to Support Your Chorus’s Fundraising Goals

The best fundraising channels and strategies for choruses in 2021! Check out these helpful tools and resources to rake in the dough.

Why Time Management Matters for Choral Leaders

What could you and your chorus accomplish with better time management skills? Find out why time matters for choral leaders and how to make the most of it!

Singing with Masks: Observations & Thoughts from a Middle School Choir Teacher

How have public school choirs changed amidst the coronavirus? One teacher reflects on restructuring her choir rehearsals and singing with masks.

New Year, Now What? Finding Your Focus in 2021 (For Choral Leaders)

Need help getting in gear for 2021? Here are three considerations for your choir as you continue to plan for online music learning and performances.

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