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Russell Hepplewhite
Composer. “One of the brightest young talents to emerge in recent years” / Published by & / Dad to Seb
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Catriona S-Hawes Jun 22
So looking forward to it. It is a fantastic opera and the cast will love it.
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Sonoro Choir Jun 22
Come and Sing with us at our Cardiff workshop on Sat 29 June 10:30am-4:30pm. Choral classics by Brahms, Bruckner, Rachmaninov, Rheinberger, Stanford & Tallis, plus newly composed partner pieces by some of today’s top composers. Tickets here:
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Russell Hepplewhite Jun 22
Very kind! Can’t wait to work with you all!
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W11 Opera Jun 22
Fantastic to hear play and sing all the parts in his and newly commissioned opera for
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Susan Moore Jun 21
Calling all young people aged 9-18 yrs who love performing. Come and see what are up to with their new opera at their annual picnic. Amazing new Director Tim Yealland
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Dr Helen Eastman Jun 22
Totally thrilled to have written this piece for Set in a pharmaceutical co. that develop an anti-aging drug... Honoured that it will be performed by 75 talented young singers
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Jane Noulton Jun 21
I can't stop singing 'Two or three - two or three Angels'. Countdown to this gem of a concert on 2nd July, St Martin in The Fields. Bring it on 😇
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W11 Opera Jun 21
This newly commissioned opera by and (composer and librettist of 2016 production ‘The Price’) explores the crazy consequences that result when a scientist creates a drug that makes people age backwards.
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Voices of Hope Jun 10
We had fun on Tuesday making this video in advance of our concert with and in July! Check out our recent tweets to hear the brand new works which you can learn in the Come and Sing, and then hear being performed in the evening
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Voices of Hope Jun 15
If you find yourselves in Wales, get along to this! It’ll be amazing!
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Voices of Hope Jun 18
Come and Sing with Neil Ferris and Sonoro, July 13th, St James’ and St Basil’s Church, Newcastle. £25
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Sonoro Choir Jun 18
Join and our professional singers in Cardiff for a 'Choral Inspirations' workshop on Sat 29 June, 10:30am-4:30pm. Sonoro will be joined by & Roath Community Chorus in concert at 5:30pm. Click here for tickets:
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Banks Music Jun 14
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Resonus Classics Jun 14
Our three new releases for June are all available to by now! 🎼 Head to our website - or visit our Facebook shop.
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Banks Music Jun 10
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Sonoro Choir Jun 9
Watch all of our Choral Inspirations now in our playlist at . Six new commissions inspired by six choral classics.
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The French Polisher Jun 9
Just listening to Choral Inspirations on YouTube -Superlative
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Resonus Classics Jun 9
Out today! Following the daily releases this week from the brand new work is available as a digital download. Shop now-
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Russell Hepplewhite Jun 7
Just wanted to share a new piece this evening on Recorded by the wonderful as part of their project. How lovely are thy dwellings fair via ⁦
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Sonoro Choir Jun 7
. speaks about how Brahms inspired his setting of ’How lovely are thy dwellings fair’. Watch both of today’s Choral Inspirations in our playlist here: .
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