New lockdown but online events and resources to look forward to

Following the announcement of new national lockdowns, Stay at Home guidance has been issued and supersedes all other guidance. Revised performing arts guidance was published on 6 January and this and other guidance has been updated on our pages to reflect this.

Whilst restrictions continue, why not grab your coffee and join us for one of our weekend webinars, a singing workshop or even an online training day?

Book now for our Winter webinars, starting 9 January

Start 2021 by joining 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.

Find out more and book online here.

16 January, Choral Conducting: a beginner's guide
With Amy Bebbington

A day-long online course for anyone who wants to learn about the foundations of choral leadership, suitable for those new to leading choirs, teachers, community musicians and young choral leaders.

Find out more and book here.

6 February at 4pm, Sing with Bob Chilcott

Join Bob from the comfort of your own home to learn his brand new piece and enjoy chatting with him before a final sing-through.

Find out more and book online here.

New online resources

Thanks to funding from Arts Council England, we also have new online resources for all choral leaders. You can find them by clicking here - watch out for many more over the coming weeks.

Posted: Fri 08th January 2021

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New events for spring
The Government announced a new four-stage roadmap on 22 February to lift the current restrictions in England. We await detailed information on the performing arts, but you can find the key points so far on our Government guidelines page. As the lockdown slowly eases, we've plenty of spring activity for all choral leaders to enjoy.
Posted: Wednesday, 24th February 2021 >
New lockdown but online events and resources to look forward to
Following the announcement of new national lockdowns, Stay at Home guidance has been issued and supersedes all other guidance. Revised performing arts guidance was published on 6 January and this and other guidance has been updated on our pages to reflect this. Whilst restrictions continue, why not grab your coffee and join us for one of our weekend webinars, a singing workshop or even an online training day?
Posted: Friday, 8th January 2021 >
Revised performing arts guidance for England published
Following the publication of the Government's COVID-19 Winter Plan for England, guidance has been published for carol singing and revised guidance for the performing arts.
Posted: Tuesday, 1st December 2020 >
Guidance for carol singing issued
Following the publication of the Government's COVID-19 Winter Plan, guidance for carol singing has been published today as part of the government guidance for Christmas.
Posted: Sunday, 29th November 2020 >
New government guidelines published for second lockdown in England
In light of the Prime Minister's announcement of a second lock-down for England from 5 November to 2 December, the DCMS performing arts guidelines have been updated (today, 5 November) and confirm the earlier advice that no non-professional activity can take place during this time. Professionals may continue to rehearse and train, and perform for broadcast or recording purposes.
Posted: Thursday, 5th November 2020 >