Performance Time: 180 minutes
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Our 2023 Choral Workshops are a rare and rewarding opportunity for keen amateur singers to explore a variety of music inspired by The Sixteen’s own Choral Pilgrimage.
Under the guidance of expert workshop leaders, Eamonn Dougan and Sally Dunkley, workshops include advice on vocal technique (breathing technique, invigorating warm-ups, voice production) as well as performance interpretation and historical context.
Our 2023 Choral Pilgrimage marks the 400th anniversary of the death of one of the greatest composers of the Renaissance. William Byrd was widely admired in his own time both at home and abroad and the influence he had on future generations was immense. Despite living through incredibly turbulent times and fearing for his own safety, his music is full of life, emotion and vitality.
Our 2023 Choral Pilgrimage will explore some of his most moving works and introduce audiences to the music of his influences and colleagues, bringing his legacy firmly into the modern day with the world premiere of two specially commissioned works by Dobrinka Tabakova.
The Choral Pilgrimage 2023 Album: A Watchful Gaze
Participants can purchase the accompanying Choral Pilgrimage album at the discounted price of £10, if bought in person on the day of the workshop.
Peccantem me quotidie
Clemens non Papa
Tristitia et anxietas
Music, plus supporting resources, will be sent out at least one month before the workshop date.