The UK Choir Festival has launched a brand-new podcast.
The podcast is presented by Russell Scott and features news, interviews, comment and discussion on all matters ‘choir’.
Episode 1 includes talk about getting back to choir plus an in-depth interview with co-founder and artistic director, Rachel Staunton of London Youth Choirs.
All episodes are available through service providers including Apple, Spotify, Amazon Music, TuneIn and Deezer – all the usual providers.
Why not take a peek and play the first episode direct from the UK Choir Festival’s website for free at ukchoirfestival.com/ukcf-podcast, where choir directors even have the opportunity of applying to be on the show.
‘RED’ Members also have access to the complete podcast archive via the members’ dashboard.
It would mean a great deal to the UK Choir Festival and it potentially help others choirs by telling them about the podcast.
Visitors are also being asked to leave a review of the new initiative, via the podcast platform.
If you wish to subscribe you can do so and it’s very straight forward.
Founded in 2016, the UK Choir Festival has been hailed as one of the most awe-inspiring choral festivals in the world. The festival is aimed to give opportunity for choirs to learn, develop and perform in a positive and non-competitive environment by some of the best workshop leaders in the UK.
The new podcast features news, discussion, comment and interviews from the choir world and is aimed at both choir members and directors alike.
Whether you are a choir of four or three hundred people, you will love being part of this exciting and dynamic festival, where learning and making great music is at its heart.
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