We’re about to start developing a brand new website, as our existing one is in need of an overhaul… and we’d very much like to hear from you on what works, what doesn’t and what you’d like to see moving forward.
Following Elisabeth Brierley’s appointment to a new post outside Sing for Pleasure, we’re looking for a replacement to fill this pivotal voluntary role, providing comprehensive support to Manvinder Rattan in his capacity as Head of Conductor Training.
In conjunction with ABRSM, we are delighted to announce today that our Advanced Conducting Course will now offer a direct pathway to the LRSM in Choral Directing. ABRSM examiners will be assessing defined rehearsals and performances for the first time at this year’s Summer School, which runs at Keele University from 11 to 19 August.
On 25 May, the new General Data Protection Regulations came into force – and in the run-up, we approached current and past members, course attendees and e-newsletter subscribers to check if they were happy to keep hearing from us.
Our popular five-day, non-residential summer school courses for talented young singers aged 9-13 are running again in Walsall and Stockport this year, and bookings are now being accepted. Read on for links to event listings at both locations!
As a result of Mark Jordan’s impending move to the position of Assistant to the CEO, we’re now looking for a new Financial Controller to oversee our financial operations and to advise the Management Team.
Details for our popular choral conducting courses which will run across five separate days in 2018 have now been finalised.
We’re delighted to be able to confirm the recipients of scholarship places on our Young Conductors Programme for the 2017-18 academic year.
Launched in 2016, our Community Choir Showcases are proving extremely popular as an opportunity for non-auditioned choirs to share their love of singing and network with like-minded groups, and pick up tips on how to enhance their performances.
We’re delighted to announce that we are offering four Young Conducting scholarships for the 2017-18 academic year, thanks to funding from various sources.