RE: [KWChoir] Re: lot's of stuff
- --- Eric Grace <carlogesualdo@...> wrote:
> One of the difficulties of having a volunteer choirHear, hear. I completely agree.
> is that, if you make it too difficult to
> participate, you'll be waving your hands and nothing
> happens because you've got no singers. But the
> unfortunate flip side is that sometimes you end up
> tolerating behaviors that are, well, indefensible.
> Like people who just can't sing, or who are never on
> time, or forget to bring their music, or don't come
> to rehearsals at all, or dress inappropriately, or
> are nasty to other people in the choir, etc.
> There are no easy answers to this one. And I think
> this is probably the best forum for discussing the
> situation, within the parameters that Erlan
> suggests, because everyone on this list wants to
> make the best choral experience for all participants
> and audience members, and learning to deal with
> these issues is a part of that.
I continue to deal with these issues and appreciate
good ideas and discussion whenever available.
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