Tag Archive: singing

Nov 09

Out of this world: University singers perform with the Philharmonia at the Marlowe

Music truly was out of this world on Wednesday 8 November, when ten singers from the University performed alongside the Philharmonia Orchestra and Philharmonia Voices, in a sell-out performance of Holst’s The Planets Suite under the baton of John Wilson at the Marlowe. Ten members of various University choirs, including several University Music Scholars, headed down the …

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Feb 13

Scholars’ Spotlight: Fleur Sumption

Continuing the series profiling Music Scholarship students at the University of Kent. This week, first year Art History student, Fleur Sumption. Ever since I can remember, it seems that constantly being surrounded by music of some kind has had a massive impact on my life. Whether it was my Grandad taking me to various symphonies or …

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Nov 03

Looking after your voice

Via opera blog Intermezzo, an article in the Irish Times recently about looking after the voice, in which five professional opera singers discuss how they look after their instrument. Common themes include regular exercises and the avoidance of alcohol. That explains why I’m a pianist, then…