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Wed 21st Aug 2019
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Sun 25th Aug 2019
The abcd Choral Leaders' Festival and Conducting Courses National
Royal Birmingham Conservatoire 34th Annual Convention, 22-25 August 2019 Festival Conducting Courses 21-22 August 2019
(Leading from the Front & Advanced Choral Leadership) Young Conductors' Course 22-25 August 2019 Book online here for our Festival and Festival Conducting Courses Join us for a very special a [Read More]
Fri 23rd Aug 2019 ABCD Festival Concert I National
Bradshaw Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire 200 Jennens Road, Birmingham B4 7XR At 8pm London Youth Choir Conductor Rachel Staunton Singing Community of Choirs Senior Choir Conductor Richard Jeffries Ticket prices £10 adults
£5 aged 18 and under
All tickets are unreserved
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Sat 24th Aug 2019 ABCD Festival Concert II National
Bradshaw Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire 200 Jennens Road, Birmingham B4 7XR At 7.30pm National Youth Choir of Hungary Conductors Péter Erdei and László Norbert Nemes Chamber Choir of London Conductor Dominic Ellis-Peckham Town Hall Gospel Choir Conductor Colin Anderson Ticket prices £15 adults
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Sat 7th Sep 2019
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Sun 13th Oct 2019
Emerging and Progressive courses - London 2019 National
10am - 5pm, 27th April, 28th April (Progressive only), 8th June, 13th July, 7th September, 12th & 13th October Our Emerging Course will run in parallel with our Progressive Course in 2019, giving participants the opportunity to learn from a wide range of tutors, including Amy Bebbington, Katie Thomas, Peter Broadbent, Mark Sproson and Lu [Read More]
Sat 28th Sep 2019 Working With Cambiata Voices National
10am - 4.30pm Hallé St Michael's, 36 - 38 George Leigh Street, Manchester, M4 5DG In partnership with Oxford University Press and The Choral Leadership Network, abcd present the first workshop in their new series, The Conductors' Toolkit. The day is ideal training for anyone who works with cambiata voices, or 'changing voices', [Read More]
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