So, my tour in Sussex is well underway, and I must say I am very much enjoying my first visit to this part of the world! I even walked on Worthing Pier for the first time today!
The people here have been very welcoming, and I have been made to feel right at home, particularly in the church choirs where I have been singing as a guest (St.Wilfrid's, Bognor Regis, and St.Botolph's, Worthing). A lovely bunch of people, and I am very happy indeed to be joining them for services. The teaching I've been doing whilst down here has also been exciting!
I'm happy to have found out that this blog is reaching people - I was approached by a very nice gentleman on Sunday who told me more or less out of the blue that he was a regular reader of my blog - fantastic! I hope the blog's audience continues to expand, and I hope that readers will spread the word! I know I have listeners as far afield as Australia, Hong Kong, Russia and the USA, so I'm going to try and get the blog to go that far too!
My first recital was today, and the audience was very appreciative indeed. My next concert (image above!) will feature some amazing music, and I hope that as many people as possible will come. The concert is *FREE*, with a retiring collection.
That's it - short and sweet. I should be updating in the next few days when events really kick off, what with one of the busiest weekends I've had in years approaching!
Freelance countertenor, recently graduated from the University of Oxford and a Choral Scholar at Truro Cathedral. Here, there are updates on various projects and my musings on music, philosophy, and on life in general, all laid bare for your perusal, reading pleasure and comment. Enjoy!