2009 Choir Of The World – Westminster Chorus. Interview with Justin Miller Show #9


Not only is he by extrapolation the 2009 Choir Director of the World winner – Justin Miller is just a genuinely nice guy.

We are honored to be able to gather some insights into the world champion Westminster Chorus through the eyes of their current director.  Not only is it a lesson in what makes this great chapter tick but also in how to make the most of the Barbershop experience that you desire from your chorus.

We can’t all look the same – but – if you begin with the end goal in mind you really can design a singing experience that is incredibly fulfilling and who knows… you may be the next international champion also.  Having fun and singing great are not mutually exclusive.

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  1. #1 by admin on February 22, 2010 - 8:55 pm

    What thinkest thou? We’d love to get your comments about this show…
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  2. #2 by Bert on March 3, 2010 - 11:51 am

    Thanks Dean for making my work day totally unproductive!! Just kidding. “New media” also got me hooked on the barbershop style. Acoustix had a website back in “old” web 1.0 days (mid 1990s I think). They were probably one of first quartets to post tags on the internet. Once I heard the “tonight” tag I was hooked!

    Also, I agree–I hope more bbshop videos go viral. The thing is, it’s hard to compete against gems such as “shane sings 5 octaves on piano”.

    LOL. Keep the podcasts coming.

  3. #3 by admin on March 3, 2010 - 12:11 pm

    You’re quite welcome…

    Since you mentioned “Shane sings 5 octaves” I’ll post Tim Waurick’s response…

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