Monthly Archives: June 2018

Breathing Exercise – The ‘Candle’ Warm-Up

Over the years that I’ve been teaching singing in schools and theatre schools (and singing in choirs and other vocal groups myself), I have witnessed, led or taken part in hundreds of vocal warm-ups. Often these can be formulaic: the same pattern of exercises run through week in and week out, rehearsal after rehearsal, often taught as a matter of… Read more »

Carleton Ladies Choir – Summer Concert 2018

Carleton Ladies Choir hold their annual summer concert this Saturday evening, from 7pm at Carleton Village Hall.  There’s lots of music, including an Abba song performed as a flute solo, a medley of British rugby songs sung by a male voice choir, a wide variety of choral music from the choir themselves, plus lots of audience participation (should you wish… Read more »