Become a better singer!
Learn Handel´s “Messiah” and Rossinis “Petite Messe Solennelle” and other great choral works with ChoralPractice.
Online learning tool!
On the go learning! Use ChoralPractice´s learning tracks on your computer, iPhone or iPad and make rehearsal fun and easy.
Learn your part more efficiently
Learn your part more efficiently than ever before, and get ready for a fun, intuitive and fast-learning experience!
ChoralPractice is a brand-new interactive tool that makes great choral works even greater, and so easy to learn!
Everyone can learn their parts with ChoralPractice, even without music reading skills.
With the mixerpanel you can adjust the sound and balance to your liking. You can listen to the bass part by itself, for example, or with some of the other parts, with or without accompaniment.
“-We know that learningtracks works – and this is the Rolls Royce among learning tracks.
To be able to practice songs while adjusting the level of all the other voices to my liking – finally!
Clean, intuitive, and it works! (even at the airport)”
Associate Professor at The University of Nordland
“ChoralPractice is an innovative and exciting tool for amateur choirs on all levels. For us in Bodø Cathedral Choir, who has a comprehensive music programme and frequently performs large scale choral works, often with very limited rehearsal time, is such a practice tool a very useful resource.”
Conductor and organist in Bodø Cathedral
“The ChoralPractice service is built on a brilliant idea, and the tool it self is so intuitive and well thought out that it will inspire choral singers all over the world!”
Conductor, singer, organist
Grammy nominee 2011 and winner of the Eric Ericsson Award in 2009
“-In the Music business time is very valuable. You rarely have enough rehearsal time.
ChoralPractice helps choirs keeping quality at a great level and saves time by providing the smartest and easiest practicing tool ever.”
Composer, Nordic Council Music Award nominee 2014, ph.lic.
Brahms Liebeslieder now available!
Here´s a short preview of Johannes Brahms´ “Nachtigall” from Liebesliederwalzer, now available on ChoralPractice.Featuring the outstanding voices of soprano Cecilia Lindwall, mezzo Anna Einarsson, tenor Magnus Staveland and bass Henrik Sand Dagfinrud.