Ensemble Hub latest

We’re pleased to announce the recent release of 3 new articles to the Ensemble Hub. This section of our site provides information and insight for any ensemble wanting to develop and improve their music making.

David’s recent article is a must-read for any vocalist, with helpful hints and tips for pronunciation when singing in English, which isn’t as simple as it sounds! Our latest featured ensemble is Le Poème Harmonique, a French group performing vocal and instrumental music of the seventeenth and early eighteenth century, who wowed Chris B with their faultless intonation and clarity of sound. Most recently, Artistic Director of Gabrieli Consort & Players and Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor of the Gulbenkian Orchestra, Lisbon, Paul McCreesh answers our choral questions and also reveals a secret love of Twiglets! Copies of all articles in the Ensemble Hub can be found  here.

Finally, we would like to say thank you again for the fabulous response to our Google Hangout earlier this month on Creating a group sound. We are happy to say that the next Hangout has been scheduled for Tuesday 10 February 2015, KS time: 11:00 CST / 17:00 GMT, the link to which will be posted on the Ensemble Hub 5 minutes before the scheduled start time. David and Chris B will be discussing Programming a Concert, and as before you will be able to post your questions on our Facebook page. We can’t wait to hear from you!


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