Choirtelling – the handsigns

Are you a passionate choir singer or a choir conductor looking for new ways to lead your choir and make them shine on stage? Then this course is for you!

Choirtelling is more than just singing; it’s a new method developed by Lotte van der Kleij, a choir conductor and music theater maker. With Choirtelling, you’ll learn how to integrate storytelling, performance, and positioning on stage into your choir performances, without it being about acting or playing roles. It’s all about telling a story together with your choir and finding strength in your collective performance.




Language: English

In this course, Choirtelling – the handsigns, you’ll get to know the 15 new signs collected by Lotte van der Kleij. These hand gestures enable you to guide your choir in a deep and moving way during rehearsals, concerts and improvisations. Mastering these signs allows you to deliver a meaningful performance without words that will amaze and touch the audience.

Target Audience:

Whether you’re an experienced choir conductor or an enthusiastic choir singer, Choirtelling provides practical tools to elevate your choir and make your performances unforgettable.

Training Duration:

This course consists of 3 chapters. In the first chapter, Lotte introduces the method, talking about its background and application. In the second chapter, Lotte explains all 15 signs in detail. And in the third chapter, practical examples are given where the signs are applied during rehearsals and concerts, so you can see exactly how to use them in practice.


Lotte van der Kleij

Lotte van der Kleij is a vocal coach, choir conductor, and entrepreneur. She is the owner of De Zang- en Theaterschool in Nijmegen (Netherlands) and the new online art academy: Cre8 Academy. She enthusiastically provides vocal lessons, conducts various choirs, and offers online training.

Her life motto is: Sing, Shine & Smile!


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