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blog: is It All About Phrasing?

This was originally published on the Embro Thistle Singers blog.  the phrase is that curved line in a piece of music that is like climbing a mountain.  You start out with lots of excitement.  It is hard Work to go up that slanted side an...

blog: Singing My Way to Health and Happiness

A couple of years ago, around this time of year, actually, I was having a particularly awful day. I won’t bore you with the details, but let’s just say I was dealing with some pretty heartbreaking family drama, Work was pretty crappy at the ...

Brier
video: Brier

An award-winning choral Work by Canadian composer Jeff Smallman. Available through Kelman Hall publishing.

blog: Should you have auditions for a Workplace or community choir?

[A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   Gareth Malone returned to UK television back in 2013 with a second series of the Choir: Sing While You Work. the choirmaster went into five different...

blog: 32 Tried and True Principles of Choral Leadership

Becoming the best choral leader you can requires a lifetime of committment, hard Work and a never ending willingness to learn and grown.  Consider the following principles on your journey to maximizing your impact as a leader both inside and outside ...

blog: Choir offers extension group and scholarships

Singing in a choir is fun, it builds teamWork and confidence in people as they Work together to accomplish a common goal. Singing also shares something unique from all other musical instruments: words. This means it is a powerful tool for memory and speec...

DoMiSol
group: DoMisol

We are an active French community choir that presents 4 to 6 concerts per year. Our trademark is singing all concerts by memory, which means that with a changing repertoire, our members have to be willing to Work hard. We sing widely around our own region...  is).getParent().getNext().style.display='';$(this).getParent().style.display='none';">moreisplay:none;">We are an active French community choir that presents 4 to 6 concerts per year. Our trademark is singing all concerts by memory, which means that with a changing repertoire, our members have to be willing to Work hard. We sing widely around our own region in France but are looking to exchange with a choir further afield in the near future.  

CHOREOS
group: CHOREOS

the fundamental connection between music and scenic performance – this will be the intent with which CHOREOS wants to produce a new quality of musical scenic performances. the long-term experience of scenic choreographic Work with different choirs shows ...  is).getParent().getNext().style.display='';$(this).getParent().style.display='none';">moreisplay:none;">the fundamental connection between music and scenic performance – this will be the intent with which CHOREOS wants to produce a new quality of musical scenic performances. the long-term experience of scenic choreographic Work with different choirs shows us that singing or experiencing music is always connected to a primal impulse to movement. This primal impulse is unfolded our production, connect it to space and light and bring it all together in our performance. the result is a new musical Work in a physical wholesomeness in which sound and movement do not compete but complement and enhance each other in fruitful ways. We are not interested in creating pictures for the music – we enhance the uncompromising sound to another level of perception, we heighten and amplify the body consciousness of our singing performers. We use the knowledge about the space and the powerful energies therein for our performances of choir singing. the dialogue between the perception of the inside and outside, the area of tension ...    is).getParent().getPrevious().style.display='';$(this).getParent().style.display='none';">less

The Songmen - Nolo Mortem Peccatoris
video: the Songmen - Nolo Mortem Peccatoris

the Songmen sing a new Work by Rob Waters fresh from premiering it in Germany this summer.

El Cor Canta: Crescendo
video: El Cor Canta: Crescendo

Crescendo is the evolution of the choir, our growth as individuals and as a group ‎from the very first rehearsal to finally singing for our audience at L’Auditori.‎ It’s an empowering life experience resulting from the intense months of Work and rehear...  is).getParent().getNext().style.display='';$(this).getParent().style.display='none';">moreisplay:none;">Crescendo is the evolution of the choir, our growth as individuals and as a group ‎from the very first rehearsal to finally singing for our audience at L’Auditori.‎ It’s an empowering life experience resulting from the intense months of Work and rehearsals, ‎a learning process and a fantastic opportunity to share, to be supportive and to persevere in ‎our personal and collective dreams.‎ In this concert we present the Symphony for Strings No. 8 by William Herschel, ‎musician and astronomer who went down in history as the discoverer of the planet Uranus in ‎‎1781. This Work will be followed by the dance of planets and stars of La Lluna by ‎Ian Shaw, a Work based on the poem by Jacint Verdaguer and winner of the second edition ‎of the El Cor Canta International Composition Competition for Choir and Orchestra. the ‎concert will be rounded off with a call for peace with Missa per la Pau (Mass for ‎Peace), by Salvador Brotons.‎  is).getParent().getPrevious().style.display='';$(this).getParent().style.display='none';">less