A research paper, which has just been published by the Association of British Choral Directors (abcd), will no doubt be of great interest for all involved in the choral world across the UK.
Following her appointment to our senior management team as Head of Marketing, Katy Cooper is relinquishing her role as Editor of our members’ publication, Vocalise, and we’re now looking for her successor.
We’re delighted to confirm the four lucky scholarship recipients for this year’s Young Conductors Programme; they are (from left to right) Gina Baker, Sarah Batten, Tristan Weymes and Clover Willis.
We’re delighted to confirm that Miles Wallis-Clarke, who has served on SfP’s Board of Trustees since 2016, has now officially taken over as Chair from Stephen Gregson, who stepped down at the AGM in August after several years’ sterling service.
We’ve now opened the application process for scholarship places on our Young Conductors Programme for the 2019-20 academic year, and invite suitably qualified candidates to submit their details for consideration.
There’s not long to go now until over 150 choral enthusiasts gather at our flagship training event, taking place at Keele University from 10-18 August – and we can still accommodate last-minute bookings for places on some courses.
Our popular non-residential summer courses for talented young singers aged 9-13 are back! They will run in Walsall (for children in the West Midlands) and Stockport (for those in Greater Manchester) over two separate weeks towards the start of the summer holidays.
We’re thrilled to have secured exclusive use of an historic villa nestling in the hills above the beautiful city of Siena in Italy, from 15-19 April 2020, for a special trip to suit experienced singers.
We’re currently looking for a Commercial Lead who understands – and empathises with – Sing for Pleasure’s aims and philosophy, and who is keen to contribute to its growth and success in a voluntary capacity.
We’re delighted to confirm details of our scholarship recipients for this year’s Young Conductors Programme – originally funding was secured for five places, but the excellent credentials of the final six made it impossible to choose between them, and an additional scholarship has been funded from reserves.