Association Of British Choral Directors
Did you enjoy Bob Chilcott's workshop on his Requiem at Convention 2011? Or perhaps with your choir since?
Did you enjoy Bob Chilcott's workshop on his Requiem at Convention 2011? Or perhaps with your choir since? Since its world première just two years ago, Bob Chilcott's Requiem has received more than 50 performances in at least 12 different countries including the UK and USA, Hong Kong, Spain, France, and the Netherlands. On Monday 26 March the much-anticipated first recording is released on Hyperion, performed by the Choir of Wells Cathedral and members of The Nash Ensemble, conducted by Matthew Owens, with Laurie Ashworth (soprano), Andrew Staples (tenor), and Jonathan Vaughn (organ). There will also be a concert in Wells Cathedral on Saturday 5th May.
Posted: Mon 26th March 2012 | Read More
National Association of Choirs Annual Conference now open to non-members
The National Conference of the National Association of Choirs will be held in Bowness on Windermere from 23rd-25th March and for the first time is open to non-members as well as members.
Posted: Tue 13th March 2012 | Read More
Information requested on who commissions new music
Who commissions new music and why? How is the economic climate affecting commissions? Are commissioners valued as much as they should be? The British Academy of Songwriters and Composers (BASCA) is running a survey for commissioners of new music.
Posted: Wed 07th March 2012 | Read More
Review of cultural education finds that provision is patchy
The government-commissioned Review of Cultural Education in England has been released and recommends that all children should have an entitlement to receive a set amount of cultural education during their years in school, meaning more exposure to subjects such as drama, arts, dance and music. The report found that cultural education was "patchy" and acknowledged that there was a "good deal of concern" about the future of arts subjects in the curriculum.
Posted: Tue 06th March 2012 | Read More
Not enough music in school music lessons, says Ofsted
In some lessons, teachers do not play or sing a single note, according to a report looking at music education as a whole. The study was based on evidence from inspections of 90 primary and 90 secondary schools from 2008 to 2011.Out of these, 68 were rated "outstanding" for music education and 41 were judged "inadequate".
Posted: Fri 02nd March 2012 | Read More
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Acoustics, warm ups, creating a gospel sound and more at our autumn conference! »
We're delighted to join with the British Voice Association again for a mini-conference day of sessions on the voice and leading voices from a wide cross-section of presenters.
Posted: Tuesday, 17th October 2017
Awards made at Convention »
Peter Broadbent receives Chair’s Award at Convention; Cole Bendall receives Oxford University Press Andrew Potter Bursary
Posted: Friday, 22nd September 2017
Book now for Convention, 25-27 August! »
Our Annual Convention begins in just a few days time - places are still available! If you wish to book accommodation with us, your booking needs to be made by Monday morning; after that you will still be able to make non-residential and one-day bookings. Join us in Glasgow!
Posted: Sunday, 20th August 2017
Junior Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Chamber Choir to perform at Convention »
The Junior Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Chamber Choir will be one of three choirs performing at the gala concert at this year's Annual Convention at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Posted: Monday, 24th July 2017
Last day for Convention Early Bird Discounts! »
Our Early Bird discount finishes today, 5 July, giving a £20 saving on the full rate.
Posted: Wednesday, 5th July 2017