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
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'.
A Fagiolino and Sixteener now turned soloist, much loved by audiences, hear the warm-hearted Matthew discuss everything from preparation, attitude and terrible giggling.
The V Word
Vibrato in choral music - very out of fashion, everyone has a view: hear Robert, Eamonn and Harry's.
It's time time to get technical... join Robert, Eamonn and Harry in Part One of Whither Chihuahua: a two-episode deep dive into choral technique.
Sir James MacMillan
Sir James MacMillan, one of the world's finest living composers of sacred music, is interviewed by Harry and Eamonn, two conductors who know his music from the inside out.