Village Harmony

Village Harmony Zoom Programs for university, high school and community choirs

Expand your choir’s repertoire during the Zoom era

Village Harmony has developed an ever-expanding online teaching resource library for choir directors looking to collaborate via zoom with expert teachers across the globe.

Our aim is dual-fold. The project provides much-needed income to our teachers. And the program provides a valuable interface for singers of all levels to learn songs directly and authentically from musician experts in many of the worlds greatest non-Western choral traditions: from South Africa, the Republic of Georgia, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Corsica, Cuba and the American Appalachian and African-American communities.

Using Village Harmony’s online learning platform, resources provided to participating choirs include digital rehearsal material—audio or video individual voice part recordings and performance tracks, scores /wordsheets/translations, pronunciation tracks, background resources. These back-up teaching files compliment a live zoom lesson that we set up for your choir with a tradition bearer, who will introduce and teach the voice parts directly to your students, model authenticity and provide essential historical and personal background about the song.

We can offer your choir a tailor-made one-off workshop, multi-week or semester-long program, or even a year-long series of guest teachers.

Contact Mollie Stone at to what we might offer for your own choir and to set up a private zoom meeting for a tour of our programs.

Organizations we’ve organized such online projects for include Harvard University, Purdue University, University of Minnesota, Augsburg University, Baltimore Choral Arts, University of San Diego, Coastline Colleges, Orange Coast College, Wellesley College, Muhlenberg College, Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, Quechee Waldorf School, Upper Valley Waldorf School, Orange County Women’s Chorus and the Chicago Children’s Choir, as well as a number of regional school music festivals.