World Choir Games 2018
  • utopia wellness

    Why Is Full body Cleanse Important for Good Health

    Posted 11 hours ago by utopia wellness - 40 views - 0 comments

    On a regular basis, our body is intruded with thousands of bacteria and germs.  Our immune system thwarts off the potential risk caused by their infestation. In contemporary times, the only a handful of people are aware that what we drink and eat is not ideally what our body needs for maintaining a sound state of ... read more

  • The Best Singers of All Time

    Posted Thu at 10:12 PM by Natalie Hagen - 19 views - 0 comments

    They say that anyone can learn to sing, but that doesn't mean everyone will be one of the "greats." The best singers are deemed such due to their musicality, their storytelling abilities, pure showmanship, and more. Every genre and every decade has a few artists that are true standouts. Whether they're your favorites o... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    How many breaks should you have on a singing course?

    Posted Wed at 10:53 AM by Chris Rowbury - 273 views - 0 comments

    [A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   People pay good money to come on a singing course and want to sing as much as they can.     But everyone needs a break. How do you find the balance between singing and time off?   singing week... read more

  • Camilla Fanning


    Posted Tue at 3:39 PM by Camilla Fanning - 13 views - 0 comments

    The Goethe-Institut Choir is one of the most established choirs in Dublin. We rehearse on a Tuesday night in the Lutherhaus in Adelaide road just a few minutes’ walk from the NCH.  We sing a varied repertoire with an interest in Bach, Modern British Composers and Early Music. We do two major works a year as ... read more

  • Giovanna Caruso

    Enemigo Coral: the choir and the Enemy of the People

    Posted September 14 by Giovanna Caruso - 45 views - 0 comments

    Enemigo Coral is a play with chorus created and directed by Giovanna Caruso, based on Henrik Ibsen's classic An Enemy of the People. In this scenic creation, the choir of 14 people -including members of the Vocal Ensemble Tomas Luis de Victoria- is a fundamental aesthetic element, which is properly integrated into the ... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    Where do you find all your songs?

    Posted September 12 by Chris Rowbury - 159 views - 0 comments

    [A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   This is a question I’m often asked at my singing workshops, especially by people starting out as choir leaders.   photo by James Vaughan   There is often the assumption that I must have travel... read more


    Silver Screen Classics playing this Saturday at Australian Catholic University, Fitzroy

    Posted September 7 by THE CHOIR - 48 views - 0 comments

    Dr Jonathon Welch AM will present Silver Screen Classics, on Saturday, at Australian Catholic University, at 3pm.  This spectacular, free concert celebrates beautiful music and also the launch of Jonathon’s new vision for arts inclusion for all Australians.      A myriad of performers will b... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    Your job as a choir leader is to disappear

    Posted September 5 by Chris Rowbury - 263 views - 0 comments

    [A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   In David Zweig’s book he talks about Invisibles: people who are unseen when their job is done perfectly (who only draw attention to themselves when things go wrong).     It got me thinking that... read more

  • meeting music

    Spend some time in Caorle/Venice - the best thing you do next Spring

    Posted September 3 by meeting music - 40 views - 0 comments

    … this how we think about it, but let’s see, what the others say! "Venezia in Musica was a great experience for me and my choir. The festival was well organized and the staff was always smiling and helpful. We found Caorle picturesque and cosy, and Venice is always like a dream. I especially would like ... read more

  • Ace99 Cultural

    The 12th Orientale Concentus International Choral Festival‘s date is OUT!

    Posted August 31 by Ace99 Cultural - 61 views - 0 comments

    Date: 29 July - 1 August 2019 (4 Days) Location: Singapore Orientale Concentus, conceptualized in 2008 with the purpose of promoting international arts and cultural exchange and youth choral music development, has seen a successful run across Asia. Participants in earlier editions not only hail from host countries... read more