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blog: Size matters: how to Work effectively with large choirs

[A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   If I get 30 singers on one of my weekend Workshops someone will say “Gosh, what a large group!” whilst another says “Quite low numb...

blog: It’s too hot to sing! – choosing the right space to Work in

[A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   Summer has finally arrived in the UK. We’ve been praying for sunshine for so long, but now it’s just a little TOO hot!   Photo b...

blog: Are Your Vocal Chords Being Affected By the Air You Breathe?

You want your voice to Work at its best no matter the time or season.  However, life has surprises and sometimes your voice may experience some difficulties. there are days your voice feels like an ice block and other days, it’s easy to go...

blog: Interview with the president of Fiestalonia Milenio - one of the world leaders in the organisation of festival choirs

Please tell us what makes festivals held under the brand Fiestalonia so popular.  - As an organiser of international choral festivals and competitions, Fiestalonia appeared as a result of our enthusiastic Work, constant search for new ideas and the ...

Prairie Greyhounds
video: Prairie Greyhounds

A fun choral Work about the opening up of Canada by railroad, written by Canadian composer Jeff Smallman.

blog: Singing – the more you do it, the worse you get!

[A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   You Work on a song in choir week after week, but slowly things seem to get worse. You worry about getting the words right, you can’t seem to re...

blog: is there an alternative to being patient when leading a choir?

[A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]I’ve been praised many times by the singers I Work with for being so patient. Which makes me wonder: what’s the alternative?I must admit that I ...

CoMA Voices
group: CoMA Voices

CoMA Voices is based in London. We meet for specific performance projects and Workshops. We are open to all singers with no auditions and previous experience of contemporary music is not needed. We Work mainly, though not exclusively, from music, some of ...  is).getParent().getNext().style.display='';$(this).getParent().style.display='none';">moreisplay:none;">CoMA Voices is based in London. We meet for specific performance projects and Workshops. We are open to all singers with no auditions and previous experience of contemporary music is not needed. We Work mainly, though not exclusively, from music, some of which is unconventionally notated. Most of our Work is a capella and the focus is on ensemble singing. One objective is to expand the contemporary amateur vocal repertoire, which is less developed than the instrumental repertoire. We Work with composers and students, commissioning Works and showcasing material for use by others.  is).getParent().getPrevious().style.display='';$(this).getParent().style.display='none';">less

blog: Can I call myself a ‘singer’?

[A version of this article first appeared as a post on my blog From the Front of the Choir]   One place I Work at, they call my Workshops ‘singers weekends’.     Somebody once told me they couldn’t come on one ...

blog: Hullabaloo Brighton joined by Indie Band Firefly Burning for 2 concerts.

Last open session on Monday 14 September at Brighton and HOve High School, after that we get down to the serioius Work of learning a song about seaweed, a contemporary scottish song about borders and an amazing arrangement of a John Coltraine number 'Lady...