Ten Ways to Sing the Psalms

An all-day workshop led by Christopher Martin Thomas, Rev. Stephen M’Caw, and the singers and musicians of St.John’s Keynsham, followed by a short service built around the Psalm settings learnt:• Participate in learning new and ancient ways to sing the Psalms• … Read More

Singing weekend with Robert Hollingworth

This singing weekend celebrates Leonardo da Vinci’s 500th anniversary. Through vocal music we will consider his art and life, weaving music by Josquin, Victoria, Monteverdi and Howells into an approach that allows one to experience music through the prism of … Read More

Polish up your singing

Glastonbury Cantilena is delighted to have secured the services of Ben Sawyer: Ben is a countertenor, conductor and educator based in Gloucestershire, England. As a singer, he performs as a soloist around the country; he is a founder member of … Read More

Viol Consorts

Tutors: David Hatcher and Jane Francis We are happy to help in putting individual applicants unable to pre-form a group into a compatible consort.

Baroque String Workshop

Suitable for adult players. Intermediate onwards. Tutor: Alison Townley. Baroque Bows available to hire for the workshop and long term. 2019 workshop dates:27th January, 24th March, 12th May, 16th June

Workshop for Singers

Singers in all voice ranges are invited to a day centred on the church music of Peter Philips (1560/61-1628). Though Philips was documented as a choirboy at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London in the 1570s, within a decade his Roman Catholicism … Read More

Come and sing Victoria Requiem

Come and indulge yourself in the glorious Requiem by Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548-1611). Victoria was a Spanish composer in 16th century Spain and part of the counter-reformation. His Requiem, written for six parts, is full of refined but passionate … Read More

ADDUP Choral Project UK

This is an invitation to highly committed and competent amateur singers (SATB) to take part in this unique project. We wish to form an adult ADDUP Ensemble for the student conductors (and professionals) to work with during the residency in … Read More

Renaissance Dance and its Music

Beginners’ workshops with expert tuition by Historical Dance Society teachers and live music. No previous experience needed. Dancers, please wear low-heeled, comfortable shoes, preferably not trainers. Musicians, you can bring any instrument to play. Music will be sent out or available … Read More

Choral workshop with the Sixteen

Our Choral Workshops are led by The Sixteen’s associate conductor and bass Eamonn Dougan and singer and practical scholar Sally Dunkley. Local singing enthusiasts are treated to a session of vocal coaching including advice on breathing technique, invigorating warm-ups, voice … Read More