Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or a new director, it’s important to structure rehearsals that are both positive and productive. Rehearsal time is at a premium, especially if your ensembles do not rehearse every day. With a little planning and preparation, you can create a rehearsal environment that enables your ensembles to reach their goals.
Finding the right technology tools to use in an ensemble class is not always easy to accomplish. Luckily, I’ve done the work for you! These tools are free to use, and can help elevate the focus and engagement in your rehearsal.1. Daily Rehearsal Slide
Projecting a daily rehearsal slide is a very effective and efficient way to communicate with your students.