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This day for enthusiastic singers is dedicated to exploring a range of choral music from the last 500 years. We will aim to look at music from each century, ranging back as far as the Renaissance right up to music written by living composers, and everything in between. Some of the music we look at will be well known to experienced singers, but we will also throw in a few surprises and give you some new repertoire ideas and experiences. There may even be a world premiere!

We welcome all singers to what we hope will be a fun and engaging day. However, in order to cover a range of repertoire, we do ask that singers have some choral experience and a reasonable level of sight reading ability.

Lucy Griffiths is much in demand as a conductor, workshop leader and vocal animatuer. She is Assistant Director of Music at the University of Warwick, where she conducts many of the university’s ensembles and motivates music making amongst students, staff and members of the local community. She is also Musical Director of Severn Trent Water, a post which was created for her after she led their choir to victory in the BBC’s first series of Sing While You Work.

Lucy is a leading expert in the field of music education and engagement, specialising in vocal outreach. She is Conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra’s Junior Choir and Associate Conductor of their Senior Youth and Community Choirs. She was formerly Director of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Training Choirs and has also lectured in choral conducting at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Other recent work includes projects with the Royal Opera House, English National Opera, Welsh National Opera, Opera North, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Birmingham Hippodrome, Sing Up, Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Newham Young People’s Chorus, Music in Offices, Cranleigh Choral Week, Big Big Sing, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Crisis and African Prisons Project. Lucy studied music at the University of Bristol and McGill University in Montreal. She was then awarded the prestigious sinfonia ViVA conducting scholarship, which allowed her to complete her masters in conducting at the Birmingham Conservatoire