Month: August 2017


After the success of hosting Peace In Every Voice at Southbank in July (film to follow), we hope many more young singers from the massed NewYVC Unite will come and join the main choir. This year, once again, they will be developing their singing techniques, singing a wide range of music and creating music together for fun and for performance. Some of the young music mentors will be promoted to the role of young artists and those who are ready will be invited to become new young music mentors.

To join the choir, contact us or email Rebecca Lees at Stratford Circus.

CME 2017-18

By popular demand, the CME choral conducting course, East London, will run again for the fifth year. Framed within an enjoyable, connecting learning environment, the course offers conducting and vocal technique classes, demonstration choir, rehearsal pedagogy, comprehensive musical study, score marking and analysis, conducting Master Class option, a package of wide ranging choral music and CME certification. Again this will be led by a world class team including David Lawrence, Jane Wheeler and Mandy Miller.

The Course will take place on three separate dates as follows: 1. Weds 15th Nov ’17, 10.00am – 5.30pm, 2. Sat 6th Jan ’18, 10.00am – 5.30pm, 3. Sat 17th Feb ’18, 10.00am – 5.30pm. The course is designed to cater for levels 1, 2, 3 and 3+ determined by annual participation. Artist Teacher Certification is by application after successful completion of Level 3 and requires recommendation of Institute Faculty.

For more information contact Jane Wheeler. Download the flyer (PDF) and booking form (Word .doc).

Mary Amond O’Brien, Ireland

“Congratulations on a wonderful, wonderful project which brought so much joy to so many”  Mary Amond O’Brien, Ireland

Head of Music, Anglo-European School, Ingatestone

“Anglo’s students are still buzzing and the parents have been full of praise for the whole event. Please pass our thanks to all involved. A fantastic and emotional event!” Head of Music, Anglo-European School, Ingatestone.

A teacher on the World Of Song project, Bromley

“We loved to see the engagement of all of the children, including those with profound needs, especially their enthusiasm for learning the songs”. A teacher on the World Of Song project, Bromley.

Jo Cull, Deputy Head Teacher, Nelson Primary School, London

“I was so impressed too, with the young artists. They have always brought so much energy and musical talent to our school visits and the cluster rehearsals. Their attitude is always so professional” Jo Cull, Deputy Head Teacher, Nelson Primary School, London.