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COME SING WITH US! Sign up today! Back by popular demand! Marin Baroque presents a Singers’ Workshop “A Legacy: Buxtehude – Bach” for choral singers and soloists on Saturday, March 7. It will be directed by Daniel Canosa, Music Director of Marin Baroque. Rita Lilly is our exceptional vocal coach; she will conduct the workshop […]
Tim Knight’s Unison Canticles are ever-popular and have wide appeal… most recently having been selected by the RSCM for their forthcoming ‘Young Voices Festival 2020’ on 7th March in London. This piece is now also available as a PDF download and there are links to recordings of both the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis via the […]
From Paraclete Sheet Music – new from Guy Vollen ~ This piece takes its text from Eisenhower’s Inaugural Address of 1953. It opens with an arresting horn solo and continues with vocal parts in simple homophony. The words talk about faith, hope and most of all, peace. We Are Summoned
Dear conductors, let me show you this new piece of mine (SATB a cappella with soprano solo). It’s a setting of a poem by William Blake, the great English poet. THE FLY is about the ephemeral of our life. It’s a really timeless poem, still very modern. ENJOY!
Dear musical minds, We have a new administrator coming in and I’d like to get your advice on adjusting what is a full schedule for me before I have another meeting with administration regarding scheduling. I have been the main music teacher at a small, Christian school with about 280 students reviving a music program […]
An International Academy devoted to Baroque Music Le Capriccio Français Summer Music Academy offers a tuition program for singers and students in choral conducting, as well as a choral program, from July 20 to July 26 2020. The Academy takes place in Barcelona (Spain). The students will develop their technical skills together with their stylistic […]
Dear conductors and ChoralNet users, enjoy this sublime performance of my brand new “SURGE, AMICA MEA” with one of the finest choirs in the world: The Choir of Trinity College Cambridge – Stephen Layton https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLGlddEvDL8 Surge, amica mea, speciosa mea, et veni: columba mea, in foraminibus petræ, in caverna maceriæ. […]
Created in response to our current social and political moment. BELIEVE ME is a five-minute work for SATB a cappella voices that draws inspiration from Gregorian Chant and Renaissance polyphony while using contemporary harmony, musical texture, and text. Ryan Homsey composed BELIEVE ME in collaboration with fellow SUNY Purchase College professor Susan Kouguell. As artists […]
“O Sons and Daughters, Let Us Sing” is appropriate for the entire Easter season, especially Easter 2 (the Sunday after Easter). Hear and view the music at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6C1XUVhAU3g. It is available for purchase at https://www.giamusic.com/store/resource/o-sons-and-daughters-let-us-sing-print-g009045.
Does anyone have 40 copies of the Gospel Mass by Robert Ray that they are not using anymore? Thank you.