One London School of Hygiene analysis suggested that 80% of the secondary transmissions were caused by just 10% of infected people in so-called superspreading events. In other words, if you want to avoid getting COVID-19, one of your major focuses should be avoiding these events.
Disease trackers are calling a choir practice in Washington state a superspreader event that illustrates how easily the coronavirus can pass from person to person. The act of singing itself may have spread the virus in the air and onto surfaces, according to a report from
While many churches are thinking in terms of weeks when it comes to gathering again in person, new information suggests that it may be months or years before group singing is once again safe.
A Chorus America study found that older choral singers reported a better quality of life and better overall health than non-singers they knew.
NASHVILLE (BP) -- According to a LifeWay Research study, pastors indicate the "worship wars" are subsiding. Also: pianos and hymnals are not obsolete, about half indicate using an organ or praise team. And 3-in-4 have paid for at least some of the musical portions of
The Christmas season often is particularly poignant as larger congregations present cantata productions with multi-member choirs. Three smaller congregations in the Jefferson City, Mo., area joined their choirs to present that "big" sound for outreach in their communities this year.
High energy, an upbeat and contemporary arrangement of an old favorite and a director who couldn't stand still brought a crowd to its feet and a regional win to a Missouri
By Jennifer Harris Word&Way News Writer Members of the South Gate Baptist Church, Springfield, choir traveled to Guadalajara, Mexico, at the end of June to sing and share their faith with residents of the local community. “Every location we sang at was