CARICE SINGERS, THE
Named after the daughter of Sir Edward Elgar, The Carice Singers aim to bring a fresh and creative approach to choral music of the Romantic era. The choir was founded in 2011 by George Parris, and consists of some of the United Kingdom’s finest young singers, drawn from various universities and conservatoires. While in demand across the country, the choir maintains a tradition of performing in rural areas, and has given concerts in some of the Cotswolds’ most picturesque churches. The choir is looking forward to touring the Republic of Ireland in August 2014, and making further recordings of the works of British composers including John Ireland and Gustav Holst.
Photo: Rosie Parker
|WARLOCK, P.: Choral Music (The Carice Singers, Parris)
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