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Choral Techniques Workshop with Cambridge Philharmonic

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to sing with a large, ambitious choir like Cambridge Philharmonic? Perhaps you used to sing a few years ago, and would like to get back into it? This is your chance to have a go. Join renowned conductor & composer Will Todd and Cambridge Philharmonic Chorus for an enjoyable afternoon of singing – all voices welcome. This will be an exciting opportunity to develop your singing skills working on Will’s Jazz Missa Brevis as well as collaboratively devise a new choral piece!

  • 30th September 2023
  • 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Conductor / Composer: Will Todd

Repertoire: Will Todd’s Jazz Missa Brevis

Join renowned conductor & composer Will Todd and Cambridge Philharmonic Chorus for an enjoyable afternoon of singing – all voices welcome. This will be an exciting opportunity to develop your singing skills working on Will’s Jazz Missa Brevis as well as collaboratively devise a new choral piece!

Music will be provided on the day but bring your own pencil and plenty of energy! This workshop will take place in our regular Chorus rehearsal venue – hopefully you’ll enjoy it so much you’ll join us as a member of Cambridge Philharmonic. (find out more HERE!)

MEMBERSHIP OFFER If you decide to join the chorus after attending this workshop we will deduct the ticket price off your first year’s membership!

Will Todd is a popular conductor with singers, with an innate understanding of many different genres. He conducts professional and amateur performances all over the world, including as Guest Conductor for St Martin’s Voices. Will regularly leads workshops and sessions for Welsh National Opera and Opera North. He is also well known as a composer and pianist, whose work encompasses choral works large and small, opera, musical theatre and orchestral pieces, as well as jazz compositions and chamber works.

Find out more about Will HERE 

Listen to Will Todd’s Jazz Missa Brevis HERE 

Location Map HERE

Tickets – £20 per participant (no audience, no concessions). Tickets are sold on a non-refundable basis.

 

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