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Choral Connectivity: A People-First Approach to Singing

Kirsten Oberoi
ArtsPerforming Arts

A podcast dedicated to discussing ways to create ensembles that prioritize people and their connection as singers to the music, and the belief that through that connection (and only through that connection), outstanding and beautiful music can occur.


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Latest Episodes

Our first international guest, Lynsey Callaghan tells us her story in this episode, and what led her to found the Dublin Youth Choir in 2017. Lynseys passion for holistic music teaching is evident through the whole episode. She talks the very intenti... more

4 days ago

In this weeks episode, Reagan Paras (Director of Choral Activities at Anna Maria College) vulnerably shares his story and experiences with us. Reagan reminds us that we have a holistic responsibility to children that supersedes the academic responsib... more

12 days ago

Jason Alexander Holmes, Artistic Director of the Cincinnati Boychoir, shares how culturally responsive teaching changed his experience and lead to his future in music education. His experiences with his middle school choir teacher embracing his value... more

19 days ago


5 out of 5 stars from 21 ratings
  • Great resource that challenges some of the status quo

    I have found this podcast to be a really great resource and a source of inspiration. Episode 20 with Roger Emerson was particularly great! (I would love to see his list of tried and true choral pieces that shouldn’t be forgotten!)

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Thought provoking and professional

    Kirsten has created a professional and thought provoking podcast that pushes the listener to self reflect and discover new ways of reaching every student in our classes.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Honest, relevant and full of the magic that is choral singing!

    Building community through music is always at the forefront of everything Kirsten does. Each episode of this podcast is a meaningful exploration of ways choral educators can strive to build and strengthen our musical communities. Love listening and can’t wait to hear what comes next!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • The best choral ed podcast out there.

    Kirsten Oberoi is at the forefront not only of choral education, but music education and the cultivation of an artistic and inclusive community. This podcast is a must-listen for any choral director who wants community, inclusivity, AND excellence to be the focus of their program.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Great!

    This is an awesome podcast! I really enjoyed listening, and learned a lot from each episode. Can’t wait for the next one!

    Apple Podcasts
    St. Dogmael
    United Statesa year ago

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