Events Diary

A list of upcoming events can be found below and where booking is open this will be indicated. If you're interested in one of the courses which has yet to accept bookings, please check our event listings page regularly, or sign up to our mailing list to receive alerts.

Book now for our Spring webinars, starting 6 March

Join us for our latest series of fortnightly webinars, led by our team of tutors and special guests on a wide range of choral topics. All webinars take place on Saturdays from 11:00 - 12:30.

There is a small fee of £5 for each webinar. A link to join the webinar will be emailed to all participants on Friday afternoon, before the webinar on Saturday morning. All webinars will be recorded and a copy of this recording will be sent out to all participants who have booked, so you can join us live or watch at your leisure.

Find out more and book online here.

Recordings of our first webinar series (running from May to July) can be watched here by members.

"I have been meaning to join abcd for about 20 years and seeing a friend's post on Facebook made my join the first webinar. I have been hooked ever since. I have a notebook full of ideas and questions and things to try. The webinars have been fascinating, insightful, challenging and thought provoking." Feedback from an attendee at our first webinar series

Saturday 6 March
Choral Conducting: a beginners guide, part two

With Amy Bebbington

This day-long online course is for all those who want to learn about the foundations of choral leadership, and would suit those new to leading choirs, teachers, community musicians, young choral leaders and those who took the first Beginner's Guide in January.

Find out more and book online here.

Can you support us?

In light of the ongoing situation with coronavirus and the immediate postponement of our live activity, abcd, like many other charitable arts organisations, faces a difficult time. If you feel able to make a donation to help sustain the abcd community of staff and conductor tutors and to support the creation of innovative online resources, we would encourage you to do so here.