abcd Events

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Fri 9th Apr 2021
Wed 9th Jun 2021
Return to singing National
A series of free workshops and networking sessions just for our members, designed to help everyone prepare for the long-awaited return to our choirs and share their experiences when they do. Each session is one hour long, running on a variety of days and times, and each will include member-to-member networking time at the start, followed by a sp [Read More]
Sun 11th Apr 2021
Tue 31st Aug 2021
Webinar Library National
Since May 2020, abcd has hosted webinars and panel discussions on a wide range of choral topics. These webinars were recorded and are now accessible as an invaluable bank of resources for choral directors. For a fee of £5 per webinar, you'll receive a link to the recording and access to any additional materials. abcd members: webinars 1 - 1 [Read More]
Sat 15th May 2021
Sat 26th Jun 2021
Summer Webinars National
Book now for our Summer webinar series! All webinars take place on Saturdays from 11:00 - 12:30, unless otherwise stated. There is a small fee of £5 for each webinar or if you book for all four webinars, there is a discounted rate of £15. A link to join the webinar will be emailed to all participants on Friday afternoon, before the web [Read More]
Sat 22nd May 2021 Young Conductor Day National
9.30am - 3.30pm, Zoom This online training day, led by Lucy Hollins, is a fantastic opportunity for young musicians (aged between 14 and 18 years old) to learn about the foundations of musical leadership. We will focus on conducting technique and beat patterns as well as how to teach songs and lead rounds efficiently, and how to direct [Read More]
Sat 5th Jun 2021 Score Study Day with Neil Ferris and Sonoro National
1 - 6.30pm, Zoom Join Sonoro and Artistic Directors Neil Ferris and Michael Higgins in abcd's first online Score Study Day. This event will allow attendees an unparalleled opportunity to delve into all six commissions (inspired by the music of Rachmaninov, Brahms, Rheinberger, Tallis, Bruckner and Stanford) recently undertaken by one of the [Read More]
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