Thursday, May 22, 2008

Extra, extra, hear all about it!

An extra post for a shameless plug! BBC Radio 4 have been running a 5-part documentary series on choirs this week, and the choir WorldSong which I founded in 1997 was one of the featured choirs. Interestingly, out of more than 25,000 choirs in the UK, they also chose another Natural Voice choir to feature: the London Bulgarian choir. We must be doing something right!

For those of you who missed the broadcast or who live outside the UK, it’s possible to use the BBC’s Listen Again service to listen to the programmes on the internet for up to a week after the broadcast. Tune in now – don’t delay!

The series is called Joan Armatrading’s favourite choirs and the WorldSong part went out on Tuesday 20th May.

Singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading visits outstanding choirs around Britain with special stories to tell. From a male voice choir on a peace mission to a children’s choir with members as young as three, Singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading discovers there’s a lot more to being in a choir than just the singing.

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