Take up the baton!

2 May 2019

Crouch End Festival Chorus has launched a new project to develop the next generation of choral conductors.

Applications are now open for the scheme, which is an opportunity for two talented young musicians with a passion for conducting to develop their conducting skills in a free mentoring programme run by Crouch End Festival Chorus. 

During the mentorship, the two selected musicians will work with David Temple, the choir’s management committee and accompanist to develop skills in practical conducting and choral direction, as well as in arts governance and management.

The programme is aimed at talented and committed musicians who want to make conducting their career, especially those with an interest in conducting symphonic choirs. Applicants must be aged 18 to 35, from any musical background and with any level of prior conducting training.

The closing date for applications is June 9 2019.

Click here for more information and details of how to apply.

 

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