It’s been just over four years since I started writing this blog. My aim was to share thoughts and ideas that arise from my work as a community choir leader and to try to generate discussion on those topics. It’s not for me to say how successful I’ve been!
Over the years I have written some posts which are directed at singers, and other posts which are directed at choir leaders. Am I trying to write for two completely separate groups of people? Should I focus the subject of this blog on just one group? I need your advice.
If a singer checks in to find out how to sing better, or how to improve their breath support, they might be put off by a post about how to start a community choir.
If a choir leader reads my blog to find out more about how to lead a choir or how to choose repertoire for a concert, they might not be interested in how a beginning singer learns to match pitch.
So over to you! My question is, should I focus the blog and be clearer who it’s for?
- alternate weekly between posts for singers and posts for choir leaders
- write a blog just for choir leaders (or just for singers)
- divide the blog into two: one for singers and one for choir leaders (rebranding I think they call it!).
There are pros and cons for each of these options (losing readers, more work for me, alienating everyone), so I’d like to hear what you, the readers, have to say.
Are you happy to read all the random things I throw at you, or is it a little confusing? Maybe choir members enjoy getting an insight into the world of their choir leader, and maybe choir leaders like to be reminded of the basics of singing technique every now and then.
What would you like this blog to be about? Do you have other ideas on how I might develop and improve the blog?
Do, please, drop by and leave a comment. After all, this blog is for you and I couldn’t do it without you!
Chris Rowbury's website: chrisrowbury.com