Posts tagged with 'Tenebrae':
We’re thrilled to reveal that our newest Tenor Associate Artist for 2020-21 is to be Toby Ward. We held a couple of very successful days auditioning in February and are very glad to have Toby joining the remaining members of the current cohort,... continued
I’m sitting in a well-known-yet-as-usual-slightly-disappointing coffee chain in Boston, reminiscing about the wonderful week I spent with my Tenebrae friends last month. It’s been three years since I left Europe and headed down-under to take ... continued
We had a wonderful time away in Australia at the end of January when we performed one concert in Melbourne and two in Sydney, making our debut there as part of the Sydney Festival.
Bachtrack gave our final concert 5 stars, and there have been a who... continued
36,000 feet up in the air and somewhere over the Hudson Bay, we are on our way home. We have turned back from the furthest point on the tour (122° W and thus a third of the way around the globe) after the last gig of the trip in Ashland, ... continued
We had a rare morning off, and I began it by eating too much granola. As a relative newcomer to touring life, one thing I’m still learning is how to pace myself at hotel breakfasts. With an empty stomach and effectively unlimited food, I overdo it ti... continued
Any day which begins with an 05:00 alarm is met with some trepidation by singers. Couple that with the previous evening’s post-concert reception and there were some groggy heads on the early morning bus to St Louis airport.
We flew back to ... continued
We’ve made it to day 8 and concert 6 of our USA tour and we have officially passed the halfway point. St. Louis was the first place on this tour that I was returning to after coming in March 2018 and I had mixed memories of the place.... continued
Day 5 and, for most, the first and last rest day of the tour. Six plucky Tenebrae members (former and current Associate Artists + Jimmy) would give a workshop at the University of Maryland in the afternoon but more on that later! First cam... continued
By the time we arrived in Maryland, we’d clocked up eighteen hours of coach travel. This has been a really civilised way to start the tour. It’s nice not to be rushing around airports, and to be able to look out of the window and see a... continued