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

Old Friends

Wabash College, and the Britten War Requiem Waaaay back, when I was a sophomore in college, our Cultures and Traditions class had a unit on World War I. We read a poem by Wilfred Owen that remained with me ever since, “Dulce et Decorum est.” It’s message, and the final line of its verse, came… Read More