Thomas King taught a “group” voice lesson.

July 20, 2018 at 2:20 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
College professor visits Seymour High School choral department
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Eleven pieces of paper were taped to the walls around the Seymour High School choir room.

The messages included “Random acts of kindness,” “Move, soar, sail,” “Just do it,” “No one can make you feel inferior without consent,” “How you do anything is how you do everything” “and “Positive attitude, charge ahead, enjoy yourself.”

CAP students at IU:  Remember these sayings!  especially “How you do anything is how you do everything!”

These were among the thoughts Thomas King, assistant professor of music at DePauw University in Greencastle, shared while talking about vocal technique with three different choirs.

King’s hope is that the students apply those thoughts to music and life.

“It’s so that they realize that each one of them is an individual and needs to start at this point and go somewhere with it,” he said. “And if it’s not in music, that’s OK, too. It’s just in life.”

King has an extensive background in music education and performing. He has given voice lessons since 1970, and he taught high school choirs for 11 years. He’s now in his 28th year of teaching at the collegiate level. Also on his résumé are several operas and musicals.

Read the full story in Wednesday’s Tribune and online at tribtown.com.

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