World Choir Games Flanders 2020
  • Alena Mejstrikova

    IFAS 2020 "OPEN", Pardubice, Czech Republic 3. - 8. 7. 2020

    Posted September 11 by Alena Mejstrikova - 43 views - 0 comments

    Dear Madam/Sir, We would like to invite you and your choir to participate in the 26th Biennale of the International Festival of Amateur Choirs, IFAS 2020 "OPEN" which will take place from the 3rd to the 8th of July 2020 in Pardubice, Czech Republic. Details can be found in the attached files and at We ... read more

  • Tim Knight

    Music list now available!

    Posted September 4 by Tim Knight - 43 views - 0 comments

    The music is now sorted for our #Haworth Sing Day! We've added Stanford's 'Te Deum in Bb' to the list which also features Parry's Blest Pair of Sirens (SATB edition), Wesley's 'Lead me Lord', Stainer's 'God so loved the world', Liddle's 'Abide with me' and Stanford's Psalm 150! We won't get them all done but it will ... read more


    Celebrate The 80’s & Judy Garland In Concert at Deakin Edge on September 7th

    Posted September 4 by THE CHOIR - 47 views - 0 comments

    On Saturday 7th September at 2.30pm Play it Forward is excited to present ‘Back to the 80’s’ followed by ‘Liane Keegan Sings The Judy Garland Songbook’ at 7 pm. Have you booked your tickets yet to these fabulous fundraising concerts?  Don’t miss out!  Limited tickets only ... read more

  • Santiago Veros

    Dear Earh - The consortium that will unite the choirs to help the Amazon.

    Posted August 31 by Santiago Veros - 52 views - 0 comments

    At the time of writing music, my mission was always to bring people together. It seems to me that the union that is achieved thanks to singing is one of the most transcendental unions that humans can experience. With "Dear Earth" I wanted to go one step beyond simply joining the voices. I wanted to join choirs and find... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    How to pace a long singing workshop effectively

    Posted August 29 by Chris Rowbury - 190 views - 0 comments

    [A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   If a singing workshop is just a couple of hours long, then singers’ energy and concentration will probably be fine.     But for workshops which last a whole day, energy, concentration, focus, b... read more

  • Take Note Community Choir rocks Edinburgh Fringe with home-grown Devon talent

    Posted August 29 by Rayburn Tours - 74 views - 0 comments

      Devon-based Take Note Community Choir has been taking the Edinburgh Fringe Festival’s choral scene by storm – and it’s no surprise why.   Having travelled all the way from Tiverton to perform at the Fringe, this 30-strong choir has been filling the churches of Edinburgh with songs fro... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    Have you got what it takes to be a singer?

    Posted August 22 by Chris Rowbury - 202 views - 0 comments

    [A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   There’s a lot of nonsense out there about what it takes to be a singer.     The fact is, you already are one! Let’s unpick some of the myths and misconceptions. what does it take to be a... read more


    Free Singing Workshop & THECHO!R In Concert at Queenscliff, Sunday August 18th

    Posted August 15 by THE CHOIR - 61 views - 0 comments

    Come and sing with award winning conductor Dr Jonathon Welch AM and THECHO!R as they celebrate their 10th Anniversary – OR attend a fundraising concert for the Queenscliffe Neighbourhood House! SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019 QUEENSCLIFF TOWN HALL48-52 Learmonth Street, Queenscliff Presented by THECHO!R JOIN US FOR A ... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    Choir and workshop leaders: make sure you’re on the receiving end from time to time

    Posted August 15 by Chris Rowbury - 241 views - 0 comments

    [A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   I like being in charge, as do most choir and singing workshop leaders. Our job mainly consists of telling people what to do and helping them to sing the best that they can.     Trouble is it’s ... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    Coming back to singing after a long absence or a bad experience

    Posted August 7 by Chris Rowbury - 251 views - 0 comments

    [A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   Whether it’s bringing up a family or long-term illness or a bad singing experience, many people find it hard to get back into singing when they’ve been away for a long time.   photo by by Natio... read more