As many parishes struggle, your presence, your voice, your witness to the love of Christ is that much more important!
Catholic Youth Choirs
Study the Ward Method this summer in Washington, DC.
Three more tips on what to do and how to act with your young music students. Learn the secret ingredient of success!
Got your kids singing in head tone? Good. Next, try these two tips to eliminate obstacles to their success.
It all starts with teaching your kids to sing in head tone. Here are some ideas on how to do it.
(Keven Smith) • I’ve come to realize that the vast majority of “tone-deaf” people aren’t really tone-deaf at all. They just haven’t been trained to coordinate their voices with their audiation+
We come now to the final installment in my series on our music program at St. Stephen the First Martyr Catholic Church in Sacramento, California.
Far from being a mere complement to our parish choir, our young Choristers are, quite frankly, its core.
Yes, children as young as seven or eight will focus and listen as you’re teaching them solfege scales, rhythm patterns, beautiful Latin vowels, and more!
At St. Stephen the First Martyr Church in Sacramento, the road to the choir loft begins at age four and is paved with furry puppets.
Traditional hymnody is often easier to sing: simpler melodically and rhythmically, and generally more substantive in theology.
A special celebration of the Annunciation 2019
A new website seeks to record the full Gregorian propers each week using a treble voice.
New Opportunity for Children Grades 3–12
The Inaugural “Cantate Domino” Festival