The power of singing at work

David was interviewed by the news website Quartz about the huge benefits of singing at work. As conductor of workplace choirs at Airbus, Arval, Royal Mail and Sawday’s, David is passionate about the benefits of singing as part of the working day, drawing on a long history of workers using songs to commune during the day, from plantation slaves, to fishermen, to coal miners.

Read what David has to say about singing at work in the article here: https://qz.com/work/1613520/brits-are-fighting-burnout-by-joining-workplace-choirs/

Exultate Singers: A European Easter

Saturday 30 March at 7.30pm, St George’s Bristol

Exultate Singers and the internationally renowned early music ensemble His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts  join forces for a celebration of baroque choral and instrumental music from the powerhouses of Europe including music by Gabrieli, Schutz, Zielenski, de Vivanco and Ximenez. Tickets £12 to £24 from St George’s box office on 0845 40 24 001 and online at www.stgeorgesbristol.co.uk

Run By Singers: The Glory of Venice

 

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Wednesday 25 – Sunday 29 October, Venice

David is delighted to be leading his first Run By Singers singing holiday in the exquisitely beautiful city of Venice in the Autumn. Experienced singers are invited to join David for the 5-day singing break which includes performing in a concert on the Saturday night in San Trovaso Church near the Accademia museum on Venice’s Dorsoduro. The course will begin with supper at 7.30 pm on Wednesday evening with rehearsals starting in earnest on the Thursday morning. More information can be found at the Run By Singers website 

A Sense of the Divine: The Grand Tour

A Sense of the Divine

Saturday 25 February at 7.30pm, St George’s Bristol

Exultate Singers packs its bags for a whistle-stop tour around Europe in a spectacular selection of choral music which includes Tallis’ 40-part motet Spem in alium, Roxanna Panufnik’s All Shall Be Well, James MacMillan’s Miserere mei, Bach’s Lobet den Herrn, the premiere of Naji Hakim’s Exultate Deo, and music by Ēriks Ešenvalds, Giovanni Gabrieli, György Orbán, Veljo Tormis, Kodály, Bartók and Shostakovich. Tickets from £12 to £24 from St George’s box office on 0845 40 24 001 and www.stgeorgesbristol.co.uk.