The sign up for Choral Music Experience (CME), London has gone really well again this year. We have twenty-four delegates, many of whom are returning to continue deepening their practice through CME. We are bringing Nick Page over from the USA for the first day of CME on 3rd Nov. He is an inspirational teacher, conductor and composer. Living Song is hosting his visit, during which he will be the guest of honour for the first Cluster rehearsals of Newham Harmony, and of the launch of the primary singing programme with Ark Schools.

The CME course follows the repertoire-based curriculum emphasizing the essential elements of singing and conducting, score study and rehearsal planning, choral pedagogy, and performance practice. The CME performance approach emphasizes the quality of joyful, socially engaged and reflective rehearsal pedagogies practiced collaboratively for the artistic, education, and psycho-spiritual benefit of singers and their communities.

For more information go to Choral Music Experience Institute website.