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  • Chris Rowbury

    The social side of singing: any excuse for a tea break!

    Added March 16 by Chris Rowbury - 330 views - 0 comments

    [A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   When I’m booked to run a singing workshop for someone, I always make sure that I get there early. I usually arrive to find people milling around, chatting and drinking tea.   Photo by World Agrofores... read more

  • Gina Seashore

    What Makes a Good Performance? - The Story of Stanley

    Added March 16 by Gina Seashore - 441 views - 0 comments

    The community choir I direct recently performed at an assisted living facility in San Diego.   After the performance, one of the choir members asked me how I thought we’d done.  I went over in my mind the usual choir stuff:  We could be more confident with our entrances, we need to remember to... read more

  • MelbourneInternationalSingersFestival

    'Sing The World' with Jonathon Welch - visit New York & Boston in September 2016!

    Added March 15 by MelbourneInternationalSingersFestival - 169 views - 0 comments

    After the stunning success of Sing The World in 2015 award winning Australian choral conductor, singer and composer Dr Jonathon Welch AM invites you to join him on this unique singing trip of a lifetime!   Explore two of the greatest music cities in the world New York & Boston and sing the premiere of the School... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    Don’t sing what you don’t know (or don’t like)

    Added March 9 by Chris Rowbury - 651 views - 0 comments

    [A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   “I hate this song!”   "Well, don’t sing it then." “No, it’s OK, I’ll do it.”     Photo by Anna Strumillo   i don’t like this song Not e... read more

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    Melbourne & Brisbane International Singers Festival 2016 - An unforgettable experience not just a Festival

    Added March 8 by MelbourneInternationalSingersFestival - 131 views - 0 comments

    School of Hard Knocks is excited to present not one but TWO fabulous festivals in Brisbane International Singers Festival (June 3-5) and Melbourne International Singers Festival (June 10-13) in 2016 with the legendary KIRBY SHAW from USA as our headline presenter!   Festival registrations are now on sale wih gre... read more

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    Choir of Hard Knocks - Live in concert in Western Australia

    Added March 8 by MelbourneInternationalSingersFestival - 100 views - 0 comments

    Choir of Hard Knocks  10th Anniversary "Hope and Inspiration" Tour Melbourne Street Choir Inc and Scotch College proudly present the Choir of Hard Knocks with Founding Artistic Director, Dr Jonathon Welch AM Thursday, 10 March 2016, 6.30pm Live in Concert! Now celebrating their 10th Anniversary ye... read more

  • Attention: Singers, Songwriters, and Music Lovers!

    Added March 7 by Megan Stewart - 82 views - 0 comments

    New on the music scene is a community of creative songwriters, singers, and musicians, sharing what we all love-MUSIC. VocalMatch provides a free spotlight for singers and songwriters to share their talents worldwide.   Singers-Download the featured music track from the website, produce your own version, and upl... read more

  • meeting music

    Where to go in Rome?

    Added March 7 by meeting music - 97 views - 0 comments

    If you are in Rome there are many sights at every step. Today's Rome, is a vibrant and lively city with reminders of its past everywhere. You can find ancient Roman sites, medieval and Renaissance buildings and fountains, great museums, and beautiful squares. The city is a living museum of history from Roman times to p... read more

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    Sacile, another destination for Venezia in Musica

    Added March 4 by meeting music - 114 views - 0 comments

    Besides Caorle and Venice, if you a member of our Venetian singing team, you surely visit this little pearl of Friuli-Venezia Giulia region. In this little town you can find places you might not have expected there: the Duomo di Sacile, developed on the ruins of the old church of St. Nicholas, it was build between 14... read more

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    “Caorle - Venetian charm and romantic beaches”

    Added March 3 by meeting music - 97 views - 0 comments

    Be located close to the beach and find your way walking around right into a medieval Venetian village, defined by it's own leaning church tower and narrow passageways. Try an original gelati and enjoy the view around. The cathedral in Caorle (duomo) was built on the remains of a previous church dating from the VIII... read more