Hey Stan, Met you at MusiCal several years ago and recognized you in the singerlink directory. So...I thought I would say "Hey."
I have moved to Oregon and am directing a church choir here as well as singing for the Eugene Opera Company. Hope things are goning well for you.
I opened your web site... called sing well ministries, I love it!
Sir, We do have a choral group here in Bacolod City, Philippines called The His Voice singers... we have 5 sopranos, 4 altos, 4 tenors and 4 Basses. (we are an evangistic ministry)
Hope we could also learn your techniques and all the choral stuffs you've mentioned in your site....
Sir, I posted a vocal recording of His Voice Singers at the singer link on my page... this is just a souvenir project for the first bacth of His voice singers... pls. try to listen to it.. and have some comment.
It's really our desire that someone or somebody could teach us sing the right way as a choral group.
Seems in the body of Christ it's about 2 1/2 degrees sometimes.
I am beginning in a ministry that teaches choirs how to sing (ensemble style). I would like to stay abreast of music that you are writing and arranging. I would incorporate the music into different scenarios. Could you send me a heads up from time to time as to whats next and what distributor(s) are carrying the pieces. Yes, I am asking you to market yourself to me.
your are very sucessful condcutor, musician and clinician... hope to be like you someday... I doubt, i do not have a music degree...hahaha... It's still in my prayers and dreams to be in a school of music someday... If the Lord allows...hahaha...
This is John from Philippines....
I a chior conductor of mansilingan first Baptist church here in bacolod City, Philippines
Also a soloist (Baritone) and singing the bass part in the choir
Just want to be your friend... please approve my invitation...
Great to hear from you. Thanks for your inquiry. You may listen to my work and read my career bio and music educator bio at www.darlenekoldenhoven.com. You can also learn more about my Tune Your Voice there as well. Click on the book from the home page. I'm happy to answer any questions and you may call me or send a direct email to email@example.com. I have MUCH experience in clinics, master classes, choir workshops, and more. I'm giving a 4 day educational event plus solo concert and using the school choir for backup at Missouri Baptist University in St. Louis, MO Sept 11 - 14. I'd love to be of service. Warmest regards, Darlene
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