Be supportive

Vocal leaders explain the importance of creating a supportive environment and share their methods for encouraging singers

Supportive vocal leaders respect group members, value effort, celebrate achievements and encourage reflection.

We asked several experienced vocal leaders to share their techniques for creating a supportive singing environment, whatever the setting – whether they're working with a large choir, a small singing group or in an accessible learning setting.

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