Join The Sixteen's associate conductor Eamonn Dougan and an octet of Sixteen and Genesis Sixteen singers for a fun and rewarding afternoon of choral singing.

This workshop is part of Sounds Sublime, a special one-day choral festival curated by The Sixteen, celebrating the passion, joy and diversity of the human voice.

Led by The Sixteen’s associate conductor Eamonn Dougan, and supported by an octet of Sixteen and Genesis Sixteen singers as well as a pianist, the afternoon will include advice on vocal technique (breathing technique, invigorating warm-ups, voice production) as well as performance interpretation and historical context.

The workshop will explore two pieces for double choir by Luca Marenzio – Iniquos odio habui a8 and Regina Caeli – and a piece by Natalia Tsupryk, which will be performed by our festival headliners SANSARA as part of their evening concert.

We would love workshop participants to stay and watch the evening concert, which takes place in the church at 5pm. A £5 discount will be applied when a Come & Sing and evening concert ticket are purchased together in the same transaction.


Sounds Sublime 2023

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  • Luca Marenzio

    Iniquos odio habui a8

  • Luca Marenzio

    Regina Caeli

  • Natalia Tsupryk

    A Quiet Night-Tyhoyi Nochi

Music, plus supporting resources, will be sent out at least one month before the workshop date.

Venue details

St James’s Piccadilly

Box Office: 020 7734 4511

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