Most choirs rehearse once every week. What is a good build-up for such an afternoon or evening? What is a reasonable number of songs to work on in a meeting?
A good start for rehearsing is to do warm-ups. In this the choir members sing exercises to loosen the voice and to focus on the choral sound. The singers get a chance to focus on the group. Warming up is very useful. But it shouldn’t take too long, because it reduces the time of the actual rehearsing. Ten to fifteen minutes will mostly suffice.