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The Iona Consort
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Virtual Music Teaching Jan 16
Absolutely! If you enjoy singing, then go ahead and sing! 😊
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Virtual Music Teaching Dec 5
A study by the University of Leicester has found those participating in an office choir felt "less stressed and isolated after attending a choir session", according to this article from
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Virtual Music Teaching Nov 27
Check out our latest blog all about our Christmas workshops... 🎄🎅
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Virtual Music Teaching Nov 25
Those who sing together.... okay so we haven't got a cool quote, but what we do have are fantastic singing workshops this Christmas. Guaranteed to be fun and festive, bring the team together for a seasonal sing-song. Contact ben@voicework.co
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The Iona Consort Nov 21
We’re booking up fast for Burns Supper 2020. Why not book a choir for your Burns Supper? Contact Ben@ionaconsort.com for more info........
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Virtual Music Teaching Nov 20
Singing releases endorphins to make you feel good, singing in front of a crowd helps build confidence but when you add in being part of a choir, the benefits are huge!
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Virtual Music Teaching Nov 14
Choir singing is all about collaboration & teamwork. Encouraging & supporting each other not competing!
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Virtual Music Teaching Nov 11
VoiceWork provide professional musicians to run choirs within companies and organisations. No previous singing experience or ability is required, just a willingness to join in, be part of a team and have fun!
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Orbiting the Globe Nov 1
Very excited to announce the launch of our channel! We will be posting regular content from tips and advice to reviews and vlogs - check out the trailer and don’t forget to like and subscribe!
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St Columba's Church 22 May 19
Do get in touch if you would like to feature in our 2020 Sounds of St Columba’s recital series.
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Siglo de Oro 30 Apr 19
We've launched an appeal to raise funds for our 3rd recording, bringing to life the music of Renaissance composer Matthias Werrecore. We're enormously grateful for all support we receive & have some ways to thank those who pledge on our Crowdfunder page!
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Oxbridge Organ Duo 28 Feb 19
‘... an altogether illustrious and enjoyable experience.’ ★★★★★ Thanks for a great review of our disc!
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Oxbridge Organ Duo 26 Feb 19
‘...a really fine debut recording... The vibrant combination of organists and instrument in the rich expanse of this cathedral makes it all compelling listening.’ * * * * * Another great review for our disc from
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The Iona Consort 27 Jan 19
An excellent Burns Supper at Ten Trinity Square Members Club, within the Four Seasons Hotel. A lovely evening, thanks for having us!
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Oxbridge Organ Duo 22 Jan 19
‘Benedict Lewis-Smith and Julian Collings are splendid...and the recording on the great Walker organ of Blackburn Cathedral leaves nothing to the imagination.’ Another 5* review of our disc in The Organ Magazine!
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Oxbridge Organ Duo 28 Dec 18
Another review of our disc in BBC Music Magazine... ‘The Firebird may be the mainstay here (and terrifically played), but Bolero wins with its use of just about every solo stop of the Blackburn Cathedral organ. Intriguing and fun.’ Oliver Condy
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Julian Collings 22 Dec 18
Preparations going well for concert tonight with choir accompanist Marion and guest organist
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Isobel Squire 🔶 22 Dec 18
Great to hear Oliver Condy’s review on this morning: “extraordinary” “thrilling” “wonderful”. , I think he liked it!
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