About Librarian’s Corner: Leeds Vocal Movement loves to sing music from a wide range of genres, and my aim is to better understand what we are singing. This blog adds some context and analysis to the notes on the page, for the benefit of members and listeners alike! Shenandoah – traditional (arr. James Erb) Shenandoah is … More Librarian’s Corner: Shenandoah
Looking for conducting experience with a established and expanding local choir? Look no further – Leeds Vocal Movement is recruiting! We are currently accepting applications for a new Apprentice Conductor. This is an unpaid position for a budding conductor, to join us from September 2018 to July 2019. We are looking for a well-organised musician with a … More Vacancy – Apprentice Conductor
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HELP KEEP LVM RUNNING
We are currently kept running by our members' fees only and receive no external funding. As a newly registered charity, we are currently applying for arts funding to help us to cover core costs such as our rehearsal venue, paying our Musical Director and hiring/purchasing music to perform.
We are also applying for project funding with three principle aims:
1) So that we can run high-quality choral workshops from visiting conductors
2) To start a Kodály Method music training programme for LVM members and the wider choral community in Leeds
3) To enable us to put on exciting concert projects for SATB and piano with an accompanying pianist.
Any donations we receive, large or small, from charitable trusts or individuals will help us provide the most excellent choral training for the members of our choir.