The following is a list of COVID-19 related resources for choirs compiled by Choirs Ontario.
Dr. Heather Nelson – Singing, the Church, and COVID-19: A Caution for Moving Forward in Our Current Pandemic.
The Middle Class Artist – NATS Panel of Experts Lays Out Sobering Future for Singers: “No Vaccine, No Safe Public Singing”.
Choirs Unite – Facebook Group: In this uncertain time, while we are all likely sharing feelings of isolation, let’s gather together to focus on engaging and loving our choristers through this hardship, and providing them with continued opportunities once we all come out the other side. This is a place to collect and share ideas for ear training, theory, vocal pedagogy, virtual choirs, group chats, repertoire, warm ups, part singing, upcoming auditions, touring, programming or anything else we may want to share and discuss. Let’s collaborate, share and unite through the coming months – Elise Bradley
This is My Choir – This Facebook group is a “virtual online choral festival”. Members are invited to post free links to video (or audio) recordings of their choir’s best performances for all to enjoy!
Choral Canada – COVID-19 Resources for the Canadian Choral Community.
Ontario Arts Council – Ontario Arts Council COVID-19 resources.
Canada Council – COVID-19: Information and support for the arts sector.
Elemental – Why Singers Might Be Covid-19 Super-Spreaders.
National Association for Music Education – Music Teacher Resources for School Closures.
The Choir Project – Facebook Group: The Choir Project’s mission is “to build community chorally” by providing Naples, Florida area choral singers of various ages, ethnicities, and abilities with innovative opportunities to sing together in short-term projects, under creative and visionary musical leadership.
Chorus America – Rehearsal Guide: Choral Singing in the Time of COVID-19 and Choruses and COVID-19.
Business/Arts – Arts Response Tracking Study