Vocal performances and workshops in some of Bristol's most beautiful venues - celebrating the region's creatively expansive singing landscape.
Teachers - Come and sing with the National Teachers’ Choir for a weekend of inspiring music-making in Bristol. NTC welcomes all kinds of school teacher and music tutor – no audition! 1pm Saturday 8th to 4pm Sunday 9th October 2016 at the Tobacco Factory, with a public performance at 3pm. Fee is £85 including Saturday dinner and Sunday lunch. To find out more and book your place visit www.nationalteacherschoir.org.uk
The Harlequin Singers perform a wide range of choral music to a high standard. Our concerts include music from the 15th century to 21st, classical, contemporary and popular.
A chance to hear the acclaimed National Teachers’ Choir, as teachers from around the country take to the stage at the Tobacco Factory, Bristol, to sing an uplifting and varied programme of songs, with items for audience participation. All are welcome!
A new song cycle for guitar and voice, based on the Tweets of Ian McMillan. Will be performed at St Georges on 11th October alongside songs by John Rutter and John Dowland. Plus an intro and poems from Ian McMillan himself.
Professional classical concerts for babies, toddlers and their grown ups! Lilliput Concerts present music for Bass. Acclaimed Bristol-based Bass, Niall Hoskin, will be performing a selection of songs to enchant, entertain and surprise. The concerts are aimed at families with babies aged 0-5 (with older siblings welcome too!).
Bristol's accomplished Chamber Choir who give concerts around the UK and abroad. Well known for their polished, inventive and entertaining programmes of a wide variety of choral music from across the centuries. Dreams of Flight - Exultate Singers are flying high with an eclectic programme that contrasts vivid settings of words from the psalms and madrigals inspired by birds with contemporary pieces describing the soaring and excitement of aeroplanes and the freedom of flight. The programme includes the premiere of Dancing Star by Toby Young, a celebration of dancing in all its forms from folk, ballroom to the urban nightclub.