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15 / 02 / 2012 - Paul

It's been a lovely few days here in Melbourne. This is a vibrant and pleasant city, with a nice climate, friendly audiences and great architecture. Both concerts have been great fun, and the venue, Melbourne Recital Centre, is a world-class auditorium. The hall's designer attended last night's concert, and was so pleased to receive our positive feedback.

We've been staying at the 'Mantra Southbank' - a really nice apartment hotel, and we've had our own kitchens and washing machines. It has been a rare pleasure to do my own washing and ironing as well as a bit of cooking!! Simple pleasures, but like a home from home.

So now onto Sydney once again and to the Opera House, one of the world's most iconic buildings. More soon ....

A scene of domestic bliss at the Mantra Apartment Hotel!

 

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  • We're half-way through the holiday and all enjoying time with family and friends. Paul and Johnny have spurned the chance to stay away from airports for a month, and have been spotted jetting off to North America for various engagements, and there was a reported sighting of Tim in foreign climes, but the other three of us have remained in England! May sees us continue with our tenor appointment process (and, hopefully, announce our new member) and then we head to Asia on 5 May for concerts in Taiwan, Korea, China and Hong Kong. We wish all our friends a very Happy Easter, wherever you are, and hope to see you at a concert soon. read
  • Composer, conductor and former King's Singer Bob Chilcott will be leading a come and sing event on 17 May in the beautiful UK town of Moreton-in-Marsh. We loved working with Bob at when he led a day for The King's Singers Foundation, and can guarantee that anyone who is able to join him on 17 May will have a blast! Check out the link below for further details: http://www.bobchilcott.com/images/Moreton%20Come%20and%20Sing%20final-2.pdfhttp://www.bobchilcott.com/images/Moreton%20Come%20and%20Sing%20final-2.pdfwww.bobchilcott.com read
  • And that's it! 4 weeks of Easter break for us now, after a stunning send-off last night from a great crowd in Heidelberg. Thanks to all who have made this term so special, from the team in the office to all who have promoted us and attended our concerts. KS out! read
  • We're delighted to see Paul's new life taking shape, and from August onwards he will be available for a variety of coaching formats through his new vehicle, Purple Vocals. The link below takes you to his website.Purple Vocals - Perform and Engage : Paul Phoenixwww.purplevocals.comPurple Vocals, led by Grammy Award-winning tenor, Paul Phoenix, provides vocal, ensemble & online coaching via Skype. Masterclasses, lectures, workshops, and career advice are all within the services offered. info@purplevocals.com read

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