Vocal Workshop with Alexander L’Estrange
September 28 @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm£20
You Can Sing ….. But Can You Swing?
You can sing…but can you swing?
Shalford Choral is delighted to be welcoming Alexander to lead us in what will be a truly amazing day.
This workshop ‘You Can Sing … But Can You Swing?’ is popular for choirs and singers who wish to improve their performance of non-classical styles of music. Additionally, there will be the opportunity to try out selections from Alexander’s other works.
Alexander L’Estrange is an award-winning English choral composer and arranger of international acclaim. Educated at Oxford he gained a First-Class Honours Master of Arts degree in Music. His music combines his background in the English choral tradition with his love for jazz harmonies and groove. He has a wide and varied repertoire including community works, folk songs, sacred anthems and secular songs.
He is also a professional jazz pianist and bass player. In addition to being a senior Choral Editor at Faber Music, Alexander has arranged for the top Vocal Ensembles including; The Swingle Singers, The King’s Singers, Voces 8 and Tenebrae. His larger works are performed throughout the world and include Zimbe, Ship Ahoy, Song Cycle, Freedom and WASSAIL (which will be performed by Shalford Choral and Friends on Tuesday 10th December 2019!)
Music to use for the workshop will be on loan for the day.
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