Starling Arts’ co-director Emily Garsin busts some common myths about choirs.Read More
We’re making a very special announcement! Taking place in April 2020, we are planning our biggest and best concert yet, taking place at London’s glorious Cadogan Hall. Joining our choirs on stage will be a variety of groups who we will be working with over the coming year. Find out more!Read More
At Starling Arts choirs, we bring music to life using many performance techniques, including dance and movement. There are many things to consider when adding movement or dance to a choir song, yet it is possible to create effective routines to enhance modern choral music.
While every choir - and every song - is different, we share some of the things we’ve learnt while choreographing for choirs and singing groups over the past decade.Read More
For many people, singing is saved for the shower and drunken karaoke nights only. But for members of the estimated 25,000 choirs in the UK alone (and anyone out there who sang in their school choir), there are a lot of things we have all come to know and love about being in a choir.Read More
Performing with a choir for the first (or hundredth) time can be a scary thing. Here are some approaches you can use to make sure yours is a confident, beautiful and entertaining performance.Read More
In a few short but exciting weeks a flock of our Starling choir members will be descending on Paris! Rehearsals are heating up and we’re putting the final preparations in place to make it an unforgettable trip for our singers and our audiences!
Anna talks about her relationship with writing musicals and the 2016 Summer School show Finding Time. This is the first post in a series from Anna & Emily on the writing process, its highs and lows and development. Get an insight into what writing and mounting a new musical is like, and a behind the scenes look at Finding Time.Read More