Long-time choir member Jess shares her story of how joining a Starling Arts choir in her spare time helped her professional life.Read More
Starling Arts co-director Emily Garsin made some interesting discoveries about her singing practice when she was pregnant. Here are some of the things she learnt from singing with a baby on board!Read More
Starling Arts are back in 2017 with a new jam, Black and Teal! Word on the street is that it is going to be their best concert yet.
Following the success of Abracadabra in 2013, the Starling Arts choirs will once again be performing to a packed out audience at the John McIntosh theatre, West London. The aptly named Black and Teal (coined from the famous company colours) takes place on both 7.30pm on Saturday April 1st and 5pm Sunday April 2nd 2017. Fans are already snapping up tickets, which are on sale via the Starling Arts website!Read More
Getting a group to focus is an incredibly valuable tool, whether you're running a meeting, workshop or rehearsal. Spending a few minutes before a session can really help to establish concentration, balance and connection so here are a few tried and tested techniques for you to explore with your own groups.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