Sherborne


WEEK ONE 29 July to 5 August

Alexander Technique and Chi Kung

Cappella Chamber Choir

Chamber Orchestra

Choral Workshop 1

Composers’ Workshop

Masterclass for Singers

Piano Accompaniment

Practical Conducting

Score Learning and General Musicianship

The World of Wind Chamber Music

Voices in Harmony

Wind Conducting

Wind Ensemble


WEEK TWO  5 to 12 August

Alexander Technique and Chi Kung

Art of Choral Direction

Choral Masterpieces Choral  Course

Choral Workshop 2

Journey Through Jazz

Lighter Side Choral  Course

Masterclass for Singers

Orchestral Conducting Course

Piano Course

Score Learning and General Musicianship

Symphony Orchestra



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Malcolm Singer, composer and conductor, teaches Composition at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and was Director of Music at the Yehudi Menuhin School from 1998 to 2017. He read music at Magdalene College, Cambridge before studying in Europe with both Nadia Boulanger and Gyorgy Ligeti. He was later awarded a Harkness Fellowship, spending two years at Stanford University, California. Malcolm’s compositions include Making Music, a commission by the BBC Symphony Orchestra

and Kaddish for 24 solo voices written for the BBC Singers. A Hopeful Place was conducted by Lord Menuhin in the Royal Albert Hall, London and his children’s cantata Dragons (to poems by Nick Toczek) is published by Music Sales, London. His opera The Jailer’s Tale was premiered by Finchley Children’s Music Group in 2010. Malcolm celebrated his 60th birthday with a concert of his music, and recent pieces include ‘Chagall’s Violin’ for seven violins commissioned to commemorate Lord Menuhin’s centenary, with performances at King’s Place and at the Wimbledon International Music Festival. This year he has been commissioned to write a choral piece for the Shipley Festival.