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Choral Conducting


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Greg Hallam ‘My desire to study choral conducting stemmed from singing for different conductors, both as a soloist and as a member of many choirs. I began to feel more and more that I needed to express my own ideas about the music. Though I had conducted a number of youth choirs on various occasions, I was frustrated that I had to rely too much on explaining myself verbally to get across my understanding of the music, simply because I lacked fundamental gestural technique.


Our weekly schedule includes technique, choir training, aural and individual singing lessons. We benefit from regular masterclasses with some of the UK’s leading figures in choral music and have the chance to work with some of the Academy’s finest singers.


It is a joy to study with such insightful and expert practitioners in an institution with such a great atmosphere.’


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