Choral singing is pure teamwork. A choir is only as good as its individual members - and nobody wants to let the side down.

Choral singers throughout the years have used White's Technique to refine and develop their singing voices, so they produce the best collective sound with their colleagues.

As a result, they’ve found themselves reaching notes more easily, sounding more attractive and contributing much more to the overall choral quality - without any strain on the throat. And their voices last far longer!