I know it has been a while since I last blogged, but things have been so hectic, especially this Illumina stuff...
Illumina: A tenor dropped out, and the only notice I got was his missing a rehearsal - I was less than impressed. However, after a tireless, continuous effort I have found a replacement who is a lot more qualified to handle the whole task required.
Also, the posters and flyers have come from the printers - they look amazing, and if you're in Oxford keep your eyes open because you may well seem them starting to pop up!
I also met with the regional fundraising executive at Crisis Skylight Oxford on Thursday. It was an amazing visit, informative and welcoming. The tour of the centre was brilliant. The charity really does so many wonderful things, and I'm so happy that Illumina will be supporting them in their performance. We hope that some of the staff from the centre will come to the concert.
We've got just over 200 seats to fill, and I'm hoping we will be able to fill them all, plus have some people sit on the floor. That should raise a decent amount for Crisis.
Got a rehearsal in about 80 mins, so I'd best start getting ready!
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!