The English Choral Experience offers a variety of unique choral courses for lovers of singing and English music, set in glorious locations at home and abroad and directed by the leading choral director Paul Spicer.
17 July 2022 — 23 July 2022
Dore Abbey, Abbey Dore, Herefordshire HR2 0AA
A week of fine choral singing, excellent food and convivial company in the magically situated Dore Abbey. Experience an inspirational choral course with the opportunity to join the course Consort. With an extensive multi media exhibition, this week becomes a mini Arts Festival.
17 September 2022 — 18 September 2022
St Bartholomew’s Church, Orford, Suffolk IP12 2LN
For experienced amateur choral singers focusing on works written and arranged for upper voices (sop/alto). The church of St Bartholomew’s, Orford is within the Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB and has premiered several works by Britten.
07 October 2022 — 09 October 2022
Gregynog Hall, Tregynon, Newtown SY16 3PL
For experienced amateur choral singers, focusing on specialist high-quality choral chamber music. Gregnog Hall in mid-Wales, is home to the Gregynog Music Festival, Wales’ oldest surviving classical music festival.
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Download a copy of Paul’s Choral Revivals article from the January 2018 edition of BBC Music magazine.