World Choir Games Flanders 2023
  • Chris Rowbury

    Why I don’t use name badges at my singing workshops

    Posted September 21 by Chris Rowbury - 150 views - 0 comments

    [The views expressed in this blog are from my personal experiences from 25 years of leading non-auditioned community choirs in the UK, as well as adult singing workshops. My focus is on teaching by ear using a repertoire of songs from traditions across the globe. Your experiences may differ from mine, so do feel free t... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    Why you should stand front and centre if you’re not a confident singer

    Posted September 14 by Chris Rowbury - 192 views - 0 comments

    [The views expressed in this blog are from my personal experiences from 25 years of leading non-auditioned community choirs in the UK, as well as adult singing workshops. My focus is on teaching by ear using a repertoire of songs from traditions across the globe. Your experiences may differ from mine, so do feel free t... read more

  • New choir composition for free

    Posted September 11 by Jeroen Niesten - 101 views - 0 comments

    I have composed a choral piece on a poem by an M.E. patient. She is an Irish resident (Corina Duyn, you might want to google her for more information) and is suffering from this horrible disease for quite some years now. As an artist, she writes poems, makes shadow puppetry and puppets and more artistic things.I have m... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    7 ways to hold onto your choir members: why retention is more important than recruitment

    Posted September 7 by Chris Rowbury - 270 views - 0 comments

    [The views expressed in this blog are from my personal experiences from 25 years of leading non-auditioned community choirs in the UK, as well as adult singing workshops. My focus is on teaching by ear using a repertoire of songs from traditions across the globe. Your experiences may differ from mine, so do feel free t... read more

  • Peace Choir Project – Hampton Park celebrates cultural diversity and inclusion

    Posted September 7 by PlayItForward - 38 views - 0 comments

    Do You Love to Sing?  The Peace Choir Project – Hampton Park is an exciting and unique Play It Forward program celebrating cultural diversity and inclusion presented in collaboration with CASEY SINGS! & Hampton Park Uniting Church. This project is proudly supported by the City of Casey. It is FREE to join a... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    Do your singers know what kind of choir they’re in?

    Posted August 31 by Chris Rowbury - 220 views - 0 comments

    [The views expressed in this blog are from my personal experiences from 25 years of leading non-auditioned community choirs in the UK, as well as adult singing workshops. My focus is on teaching by ear using a repertoire of songs from traditions across the globe. Your experiences may differ from mine, so do feel free t... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    10 ideas to keep you going when you feel like giving up

    Posted August 24 by Chris Rowbury - 224 views - 0 comments

    [The views expressed in this blog are from my personal experiences from 25 years of leading non-auditioned community choirs in the UK, as well as adult singing workshops. My focus is on teaching by ear using a repertoire of songs from traditions across the globe. Your experiences may differ from mine, so do feel free t... read more

  • Catherine Carrère

    Come and Sing Day

    Posted August 20 by Catherine Carrère - 58 views - 0 comments

      Teddington Choral Society and its Music Director Julian Collings are delighted to invite you to a Come and Sing Day on September 3rd which will feature Haydn's Nelson Mass and Mozart's Solemn Vespers. The event will take place in the Hall of St Mary's Church on Church Street in Twickenham (TW1 3NJ). TCS... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    6 facts about singing to help first-time singers

    Posted August 10 by Chris Rowbury - 417 views - 0 comments

    [The views expressed in this blog are from my personal experiences from 25 years of leading non-auditioned community choirs in the UK, as well as adult singing workshops. My focus is on teaching by ear using a repertoire of songs from traditions across the globe. Your experiences may differ from mine, so do feel free t... read more

  • Chris Rowbury

    Does your choir need ground rules for behaviour?

    Posted August 3 by Chris Rowbury - 531 views - 0 comments

    [The views expressed in this blog are from my personal experiences from 25 years of leading non-auditioned community choirs in the UK, as well as adult singing workshops. My focus is on teaching by ear using a repertoire of songs from traditions across the globe. Your experiences may differ from mine, so do feel free t... read more