The Wellensian Consort crowned Choir of the Year 2010
The Wellensian Consort has been crowned Choir of the Year 2010 – winning the title at the competition’s Grand Final held at the Royal Festival Hall on 28 November 2010. The Consort beat 156 other choirs of all styles and ages, made up of over 6,000 singers taking part in the competition.
Posted: Tue 04th January 2011 | Read More
Sue Hollingworth wins Gramophone’s new Choirmaster’s Prize
Following the success of last year’s inaugural ‘Music in the Community’ prize, the Gramophone 2010 Awards were extended this year to include a new category: ‘Music in The Community: The Choirmaster’s Prize’, which was given in association with abcd and The Times newspaper.
Posted: Tue 04th January 2011 | Read More
The Community & Youth Music Library
After 15 years attached to Trinity College of Music, the CYM library has been moved to the Sport Action Zone, Lollard Street, London SE11 6PY.
Posted: Wed 22nd December 2010 | Read More
Calling young composers!
From Purcell to Parry the King James Bible has inspired composers for four centuries and to mark this important anniversary, the King James Bible Trust is running an international competition inviting composers aged 30 or under to write an original piece of sung music, using as their inspiration words from the King James Bible.
Posted: Wed 22nd December 2010 | Read More
The Virtual Choir
American composer and conductor Eric Whitacre is attempting to create the largest online choir ever!
Posted: Wed 22nd December 2010 | Read More
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Our Choral Leaders' Festival goes online!
Join us for our first ever Virtual Choral Leaders' Festival! We're delighted to be holding a series of online webinars and workshops from 4th to 6th September for everyone leading singing.
Posted: Wednesday, 5th August 2020 >
New DCMS guidelines for Performing Arts published
The long awaited guidance for the Performing Arts has now been published by the DCMS and we welcome this start to getting the performing arts back up and running again.
Posted: Saturday, 11th July 2020 >
Voicing our support for choral music
ABCD has submitted evidence to the DCMS regarding the effect of COVID19 on the arts and on choral music in particular and as part of Singing Network UK is advocating for the safe return of group singing with the UK government.
Posted: Monday, 22nd June 2020 >
The Composer's Palette webinar with Nicholas Cleobury
Book now for our webinar: The Composer's Palette with Nicholas Cleobury!
Posted: Friday, 12th June 2020 >
Abcd publishes research paper on the impact of COVID 19 on choral activity
abcd has published a research paper on the impact of the COVID 19 virus on choral activity in the UK. The report, prepared by Professor Martin Ashley, an abcd trustee, provides a survey of research into the current thinking about how choirs and conductors might resume rehearsing and performing.
Posted: Wednesday, 3rd June 2020 >