The Ionian Singers is a chamber choir of about 25 singers with a national and international reputation based on performances and recordings.
The Ionian Singers give concerts in central London venues and throughout the UK for festivals and music societies. They tour regularly abroad and have broadcast in the UK and Europe. They rehearse in central London.
The choir is known for its commitment to new music, has given many first performances and has commissioned new works from several British composers.
The programming and recording policy of The Ionian Singers is to search out less familiar and unjustifiably neglected repertoire both sacred and secular from the 16th century to the present.
The Ionian Singers are offering a bursary of £600 for one bass to run from September 2016 to July 2017. The bursary involves participation in 3-4 performances and/or recording within the 11 month period and at least 6 Tuesday evening rehearsals within each session as well as rehearsal and concert on the day.
Payment will be made in instalments at the end of each session (September-December, January-March, April-July).
The Ionian Singers is a London-based chamber choir of c 24 voices with a national and international reputation based on performances and recordings. Repertoire is from the Renaissance to 21st century with an emphasis on less familiar and contemporary music.
Rehearsals are in Lambeth Mission, Lambeth Road, London SE1 7DQ on Tuesday evenings from 7.30 pm to 10.00 pm.
Applicants, who should be under 35 years of age and possess good sight reading ability and choral experience, are invited to apply for an audition and interview. Please contact the secretary, Ulla Gray at firstname.lastname@example.org