Guest Post | Ali Darley

I am very excited to write a blog post about my experiences with the Conducting Fellowship so far. First, my name is Ali Darley and I am a 2009 Music Education graduate from Butler University. During my last year at Butler, Dr. Stark invited our choral conducting class to visit and guest conduct a song with the… Read More

Guest Blog | Henry Leck

Britten War Requiem:  a monument in our time This season marks the one hundredth anniversary of Benjamin Britten’s birth. Consequently, this has been a real Britten year for the Indianapolis Children’s Choir.  In the fall, we performed the “Missa Brevis in D” and at holiday time, “Ceremony of Carols.”  And now, this spring the “War… Read More

Guest Blog | Thomas Cooley

I have been familiar with the work of Benjamin Britten since college. There I sang a few of his songs, and more specifically worked on a special project, in which I performed Britten’s incredible Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings. Learning these songs introduced me to the sound world of Britten, and I have been… Read More

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