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If you truly appreciate music and enjoy sharing your knowledge and love of it with others, a career as a Choir Director is an ideal choice. A Choir Director is someone who manages a choir and leads it in performance.
To be a successful Choir Director, you generally should have some sort of educational background or experience in music history and various musical genres. Since many Choir Directors find employment in educational or religious settings, a love of teaching is also a valuable trait to have. And one of the most important things you should teach choir members is to have confidence in their music. Aside from this, you also have to guide them towards appropriate song—and even wardrobe—choices. And because choirs are often recruited to perform at special events and ceremonies, you should have the patience to keep practicing with them until all aspects of a performance are perfected.
Your daily tasks include choosing music for a performance, and setting up a consistent practice schedule for all members of the choir. Additionally, you’re in charge of holding auditions and deciding which Vocalists are best for certain pitches and performances, so it’s essential to have a discerning ear. You want the audience to be awed by the beauty of your arrangement, not distracted by an off-tune voice. And the task of choosing the right music and voices for songs will be especially rewarding when performances are memorable and striking.