I am reblogging this article from the excellent Musicians’ Way site as it relates to my recent article Technique Without Tears, and offers some useful strategies for ensuring that technique is not just “mechanics”, but that it always serves the music…..
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Introducing @rscmcentre’s Sing for the King!
Composer @thomashewittjones on KentTV tonight talking about Regards From Rochester, his new choral work commissioned by Rochester Choral Society to celebrate their 150th anniversary. The piece, which explores the colourful history of the Medway Towns, receives its premiere in Rochester Cathedral on 18 March
“All of my experiences singing in choirs have informed my composing” – interview with Joanna Forbes L’Estrange, composer & singer
Thursday 2 February “rising star” of piano @ssiqian makes her Bristol debut in a #lunchtimeconcert at St George’s