The St Martin’s Voices Fellowship provides an opportunity for between six and eight singers to enjoy an intensive, focused period of training with others of a similar standard and interests and is an integral part of the exciting choral music programme at St Martin-in-the-Fields. The scheme is aimed at choral singers who are in the first few years of a professional career in singing, and wish to develop their skills as choral and consort singers to a high level.
St Martin’s runs a number of artist development schemes, both in London and elsewhere, aiming to nurture the next generation of talented ensemble singers and choral conductors.
The Choral Scholars of St Martin-in-the-Fields have an essential musical role at St Martin-in-the-Fields.
Each year up to ten scholars – many of whom are music- college students or graduates – are appointed to sing at midweek services at St Martin’s, and our partner church in the city, St Stephen Walbrook, during term time. They also gain concert experience through our lunchtime and evening concert series, and benefit from an extensive programme of training in different aspects of church and choral music.
With thanks to The Arts Society, The Williams Church Music Trust and the Lord and Lady Lurgan Trust for supporting the Choral Scholarships 2022-23.
The HeartEdge Manchester Choral Scholarships are a new initiative of stimulating and educative choral training, working with the music team from St Martin-in-the-Fields, London and based in the heart of Manchester at St Ann’s Church. The scheme is aimed at choral singers wishing to embark on a professional career in singing. The Choral Scholarships provide an opportunity for nine singers to enjoy an intensive, focused period of development alongside others of a similar standard and interests whilst contributing to a thriving tradition of musical excellence in the city centre parish of St Ann’s Church.
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The Choral Conducting Fellowship provides an opportunity for a choral conductor to work with a number of the St Martin’s choral ensembles in services, concerts and rehearsals and is an integral part of the exciting choral music programme at St Martin-in-the-Fields. The Fellowship is aimed at choral conductors who are in the first stage of a professional career, and wish to develop their skills to a high level.
The Organ Scholarship is an exciting opportunity for an undergraduate or recent graduate to work in the professional music department of a busy and thriving London church. The Organ Scholar develops their skills in accompaniment on both organ and piano in a large variety of repertoire, and in addition, gains experience and expertise in choral directing.
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