Armonico Consort is changing (temporarily)!

An update from our Artistic Director, Christopher Monks on short-term changes to re-focus Armonico Consort’s work to deliver some of our most valuable projects – our tried-and-tested singing workshops – in schools and care homes where they are most needed, and to create an emergency fund to support our freelance musicians.

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Meet the President: Roger Medwell MBE DL

Read our fascinating interview with our President Roger Medwell MBE, DL – a former captain of industry and engineering now helping to steer Armonico Consort in its concert and charitable missions.

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Teenage singers invited to audition for AC Academy Scholarship

We’re inviting talented teenage singers from the Warwick, Coventry and Solihull areas to audition to become AC Academy Scholars with free tuition and coaching from top professionals, high-level performance opportunities and mentoring for Oxbridge and university choral scholarships.

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My Favourite Thing to Sing

INTERVIEW: Royal wedding soprano Elin Manahan Thomas tells Christopher Morley about singing for billions and touring “my very favourite thing to sing”, Bach’s B minor mass, which she’ll do – with Armonico Consort – this spring.

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Josh and Lara become Finzi Trust Scholars

Gerald Finzi (1901-1956) is one of the most significant figures in British 20th century music, particularly when it comes to choral and vocal music.  So we were delighted when the charitable trust set up in his memory agreed to support two of our AC Academy Scholars.

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A wheely big thank you

The bikes are back in the sheds, the saddle sores healing and the pennies have been counted and the fantastic news is that Oz & Armonico’s Great Bike Adventure has raised an incredible £14,000 to date …

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Oz & Armonico’s Great Bike Adventure

We’re thrilled that wine specialist, writer and TV presenter Oz Clarke has agreed to lead a 200-mile, four-day sponsored bike ride to help us raise over £10,000 to set up more children’s choirs across the UK.

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Christopher blogs for Gramophone magazine

“Audiences love to smell a bit of fear,” says our Artistic Director Christopher Monks in a blog for Gramophone Magazine about the new recording of Supersize Polyphony.  He talks about the challenges of performing large-scale works by Striggio and Tallis …

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