World Choir Games Flanders 2023

Search



266 results found
blog: Confession: I don’t like to sing much

[A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   You know those people who sing all the Time — when they’re cooking, hoovering, gardening, whatever? Well, I’m not one of them.   ...

blog: Beethoven Hurts

Walking home after choir one night my friend and fellow chorister Barbara and I agreed the hardest piece we’ve ever done was Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis.   Here’s what I wrote about it at the Time, (referring specifically to the Cr...

blog: Using Social Media to Promote Your Choir part 2

Of course, this very blog is a great tool and certainly, sharing other blogs has been an amazing learning curve For me. Many blog platForms such as Blogger are free and quite simple to use & set up.   1. Time - You could of course spend y...

blog: Helping new choir members learn the old songs

[A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   When a choir has been going For a long Time and you want to revive some of your old repertoire, you will find that a lot of the newer members won’t ...

blog: We’ve come to sing, not to learn!

[A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   People come to my singing workshops because they love to sing.   Photo by Rex Pe   But first they have to spend Time learning songs. &nbs...

de Profundis
group: de Profundis

the name de Profundis is Latin For out of the deep. It plays on the distinctiveness of the male voice, while at the same Time bespeaking the conviction that music has the capacity to reveal the profound, that which is concealed within our own depths. ...  more

blog: Our pianist can sing?

It’s pretty amazing how we pigeon-hole people’s talents and skills.  All of us do it, most of the Time unknowingly. Our new temporary Musical Director, For the adults Choir I play piano For, has some amazing warm ups and he loves takin...

blog: Free sample copies by request

One of the all-Time favourite pieces in the Accessible Choral Library For smaller choirs is David Barton's 'My Lord what a morning' For SAB which is now winging its way to a choir who picked up a sample copy at the recent National Association of Choirs co...

blog: Not everyone experiences a concert in the same way

[A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   Just because you as a singer have a great Time in a concert doesn’t mean it went well.     Happy audience by Ekke Vasli   Just...

blog: Turning Music into Gold (concert, January 29th, 7:00 p.m.)

PerForming on period instruments, the endlessly inventive Ensemble Caprice spotlights the rich and fascinating culture of the court of Rudolf II in Prague-the most interesting European city of its Time-where scientists, artists, musicians, and a...