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Dear Andy,

I am writing to you on behalf of the Fieri Consort in regards to a workshop that they are running on the 28th February at St James Sussex Gardens.  I was wondering if you might be able to tell the members of the Islington Choral Society about the workshop?

The workshop is an exquisite mix of Sheppard, Byrd, MacMillan, and Tallis, and ties in with their 2015 concert series.  I attach a flyer for more information about the day.

The Fieri Consort was formed whilst studying on The Sixteen’s young artists programme in 2012, and they have gone on to establish themselves as one of the UKs most exciting young vocal groups, described as having ‘intricately-blended and immaculately-controlled vocal lines’.  The Fieri Consort regularly appear on the BBC, including BBC Radio 3’s ‘In Tune’, ‘The Choir’, and as lunchtime concert artists over a weeklong period in late 2014. In August 2014 they were invited to perform a tour of Australia, and have recently been selected as artists on the Brighton Early Music Live scheme.  2015 has The Fieri Consort performing and running workshops across the UK, and beyond.  This is a group doing new things with music, and the opportunity to perform with them should not be missed!

For even more information and to book a place please visit: http://fiericonsort.co.uk/product/out-of-the-shadows-choral-workshop/ or email fiericonsort@gmail.com

The standard of ensemble that they had been able to achieve in this brief time was outstanding. The performances were assured and confident, a tribute to the Fieris’ teaching.” Review of The Fieri Consort workshop in Sherborne Abbey.

Many thanks,

Jonathan Coates

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