Emily reflects on Marianne Elliott’s production of the musical Company, and what it means to be alive.Read More
We recently had the privilege of leading a guest lecture at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, working with a very talented and energetic group of BA students. Participant Kirsty wrote about her experience of our workshop - read all about it here!Read More
Last night, two of the most influential musical theatre writers of the last century shared the stage for a very special panel discussion. Lin-Manuel Miranda, writer of Hamilton (arguably the most talked-about Broadway musical in years) spoke with Andrew Lloyd Webber, whose work has been so successful he hardly needs an introduction!
Anna and Emily were lucky enough to be in the room where it happened! Find out what they thought..!Read More
The job of a conductor is a complex and multifaceted one, juggling music, people, emotions, travel and venue arrangements and much more! We break down some of the main tasks a choir director may come across.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