Vocal Studies artists announced at Trinity Laban Conservatoire
The Vocal Studies Department at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance has announced singer and conductor, Barbara Hannigan, and conductor, Dominic Ellis-Peckham, as Visiting Artists, and choral director,… Read more
2019 World Choral Conducting Competition announced in Hong Kong
Hong Kong-based World Youth and Children Choral Artists’ Association has announced a major new competition for choral conductors. The inaugural 2019 World Choral Conducting Competition will take… Read more
Eric Whitacre invites submissions to Virtual Choir 5
Registration is open for the fifth edition of Eric Whitacre’s celebrated Virtual Choir project, with promises of greater accessibility, multimedia participation and collaboration with scientists. The Virtual… Read more
From team-building to wellbeing: the power of music in the workplace
Long before the phenomenon of the office choir was hijacked by prime-time entertainment TV, it was a team-building tool that bonded, networked and even changed lives. Karen Stretch speaks to three musicians who are still passionate about the power of musical harmony in the workplace.
Song and protest: Festival of Voice returns to Wales’ Music City
With an ever growing push on women’s rights, workplace equality and the relentless tide of revelations from the #metoo movement, you’d be forgiven for thinking the Festival of Voice 2018 is a knee-jerk reaction. In fact, they got there first, as Karen Stretch discovers.
Superstar of Song: Anne Sofie von Otter, mezzo soprano & Brooklyn Rider, string quartet
Take ten of the most prolific composers of our time, including two Pulitzer Prize winners, combine them with a mezzo-soprano superstar and a cutting-edge string quartet, and you have a recipe for a spectacular evening of music.
The European Choral Association’s triennial international festival for singers, choirs, conductors and composers. The 2018 event takes place in Tallinn, Estonia. For further information, visit the Europa… Read more
The London Youth Choir (LYC) is a family of five choirs, established in 2012 by Suzi Digby OBE and Rachel Staunton to provide singers living or educated within Greater London with an outstanding choral education through exceptional musical training and high-level performance opportunities.
Within its limestone and glass walls, Kings Place is home to a diverse range of businesses including the Kings Place Music Foundation, Pangolin London, Kings Place Events, Green & Fortune, the Rotunda Bar & Restaurant and the Kings Place Gallery.
ABRSM is the UK’s largest music education body, one of its largest music publishers and a leading provider of music exams worldwide, offering assessments to more than 630,000 candidates in 93 countries every year.
EFDSS is the national folk arts development organisation for England. They are here to champion the English traditional arts – music, song, dance, storytelling, customs and traditions – as part of the rich and diverse cultural landscape of the UK.
Wren Music is a company of skilled, experienced and highly qualified professional musicians of international repute. In addition to their artistic talent, they bring the qualities required by skilled educationalists.
The Choir was formed specially for Undream’d Shores at the Hackney Empire in November 2014, to represent and celebrate the extraordinary variety of cultural communities now living in London…. Read more