Choral chat with Harry Christophers, Eamonn Dougan and Robert Hollingworth
Choral Chihuahua is a new podcast series in which three British choral directors chat about things that matter to them: composers they love, points of choral technique, classic but also niche choral works, other groups a
No hyperbole required: simply meet one of the most fabulous sopranos around, and if you're not swayed by her semiquavers in the first minute of the programme, press button B and get your money back.
RECORDING (Side B)
The chat continues with some of thegoodthings that recordings can enable - but how far should you go in embracing technology?With music by Luca Marenzio, Olivier Messiaen, Giovanni Gabrieli, Alessandro Striggio, Handel, Haydn, Adrian Williams.
RECORDING (Side A)
The non-intrepid trio discuss the how, the where and above all thewhyof recordings.Wouldn't we all be better off doing a concert?Support the making ofChoral Chihuahuaatsupporter.acast.com/choral-chihuahua
The one-to-a-part bug
Regular hosts Robert and Eamonn with guest Clare Wilkinson talk about one-to-a-part singing, their top tracks and moments and why it's not just a small choir.Support the making of Choral Chihuahua at supporter.acast.com/choral-chihuahua
Roderick Williams OBE
Composer, opera and lieder singer, ex-Fagiolino, he fell into the choral cauldron when small.Support the making of Choral Chihuahua at supporter.acast.com/choral-chihuahua
Harry, Robert and Eamonn chat about the highs and lows of touring, the food, the unforgettable onstage moments and 'the call of shame'.
Meet Mary King - polymath of the singing world: fearless singer of contemporary roles, ex-member of the Clerkes of Oxenford, vocal coach and the ACTUAL inventor of 'Eamonn's' phrase 'inner chihuahua'.Support the making of Choral Chihuahua at supporter.acast.com/choral-chihuahua