Mentors

We are looking for part mentors
We are looking to have two mentors for the Sopranos – it is an important role and we want to see it re-established and active. You will find a description of what it involves following and I would very much like to hear from anyone who feels they could help in this area. – you would not be acting alone and would have all the support I could offer.
 Mentors
As a non-auditioning community choir, The Festival Chorus has always welcomed all abilities. In order to ensure that there was a welcome and support for everyone, the Mentor Scheme was set up. To be a part mentor is not onerous, but it is very much something that is best done by a non-committee member.
What is involved?
                          a) Get to know part members. Especially to be available in the first 2 – 3 weeks of each term before the start of the rehearsals to support the Chair and meet, greet and seat new members
                        b) Organise part rehearsals – establishing date and venue. Liaise with Elspeth, if necessary, or organise to use Choraline CDs. Liaise with other mentors and the Chair
                         c) Keep a record of numbers in each part and pass on to Tim. (Important in the final rehearsals).
                         d) Supply semi-chorus/solo suggestions if required.
On the part of the Committee, there would be a commitment to organise at least one meeting each year to air concerns and celebrate successes.
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If you have any queries about the choir or anything in this newsletter please either ask at rehearsals or contact Ferelith Hordon at fhordon@aol.com
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