Tom talks about his experiences over the past year while being our Alto Associate Artist 2016-17. The Associate Artist scheme began with a three-day residency at St John’s School, Leatherhead. The residency consisted of rehearsals, workshops and a concert at the end. It was a tough start, as we covered a lot of repertoire in… continued
Tenebrae is delighted to be making its debut in Australia with the Melbourne Festival in October 2017. This will form part of the choir’s 15th anniversary Path of Miracles tour. Tenebrae will perform the Australian premiere of Owain Park’s Footsteps and present the choir’s signature work, Joby Talbot’s “evocative odyssey” (The Times) Path of Miracles. Concert details… continued
Passion Precision, Partnership and Pleasure! A word from Rachel Staunton, Artistic Director of London Youth Choir, one of Tenebrae’s Choral Development Partners… “In my view, the joy of a good partnership is the sharing of differences, the bringing together of contrasting approaches, and the ever evolving experience of corporate music making. When Tenebrae asked London… continued
The atmosphere in and around St Davids Cathedral is truly special and for this, my fourth visit to the town, it was no exception. Walking around all the beautiful houses in the Cathedral Close and looking at the ruins of the old Bishop’s Palace one can’t stop one’s imagination from running wild, picturing what it… continued
Tenebrae is BBC Radio 3‘s Artist of the Week! Tune into Essential Classics at 11am every day this week to find out Sarah Walker’s choices from the choir’s award-winning discography. Amongst other items, this will include Tenebrae’s recordings of works by Fauré, Parry, Poulenc, Rachmaninov, Victoria and Joby Talbot’s Path of Miracles.
Following on from a jam-packed few weeks, I am very much looking forward to our inaugural Holy Week Festival which will take place 9 – 15 April 2017. We have some of the finest choirs and most exciting vibrant vocal groups such as VOCES8 and The Gesualdo Six performing; The Hanover Band will bring Rossini’s… continued
There’s no time to lose at the moment, so my apologies as I’ll have to keep this one brief! I had a fabulous few days at Westminster Choir College in New Jersey working with their numerous choirs and directors on a huge range of repertoire. The best was saved ’til last when I had the… continued