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On the subject of Exams and Procrastination

Hello everyone!

Sorry that I’ve been quite recently. I’m in the middle of my GCSE ‘ S and that means i haven’t got an awful lot of time to do blog-worthy  things – let alone blog about them!!! 275 more words


Outspoken Summer School is for young performers with something to say!

This exciting new course will run for one week and is designed for actors, singers, dancers, spoken word and MC artists between the ages of 13 to 18 years old who want to collaborate with other like-minded artists, to create a brand new piece of performance showcased in the city of Birmingham focusing on the identity of its participants. 80 more words

Creative Callouts

A Performer's Perspective of Faure's "La Bonne Chanson"

Here is one of the best performances of La Bonne Chanson out there:

La Bonne Chanson remains one of Gabriel Fauré’s most masterful compositions. With the perfect environment provided, this cycle flowed from Fauré with never before seen spontaneity and rigor. 2,073 more words


Wonderful Wednesday: Music and Dance Edition

It’s that time of the week!

And the theme of Wonderful Wednesday this week is music and dance!

I found myself on youtube a little while ago and came across an artist by the name of Tori Kelly. 159 more words

Wonderful Wednesday

The Magic of Singing Well

This essay says quite a bit about why some singers are good and pleasing to listen to compared to others.

I listen to a lot of performances of the national anthem, and the quality is all over the lot. 214 more words

Film shows positive impact of charity's work with people living with dementia

Wiltshire-based charity, Alzheimer’s Support, works with people affected by dementia and their carers and has recently received the national GlaxoSmithKline Impact award recognising the impact of its work and the positive effect the charity makes in the lives of those affected by dementia. 33 more words