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New Arranger Welcome – Keely Hodgson

March 29, 2022 - By 
Keely Hodgson and Choir

Earlier this month, we published a new collection from our latest arranger to join the team, Keely Hodgson.  Keely is the last new arranger we will be adding to the website for a while now as we focus on consolidating and adding to everyone’s collections.  That means this is probably the last Zoom chat for a bit as well, so we’re making the most of it!

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New Arranger Welcome – Fiona Lander

February 16, 2022 - By 
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Last week we published Fiona’s introductory collection of compositions and arrangements on ChoirCommunity. To accompany this launch, Craig chatted to Fiona over Zoom about her music influences and career.

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New Arranger Welcome – Ben See

January 10, 2022 - By 
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We kicked off 2022 by publishing a brand new music collection from composer, singer and choir leader Ben See. We’re now following up this launch with another in our series of Zoom interviews with Craig.

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New Arranger Welcome – Kate Shipway

March 3, 2021 - By 
Kate Shipway conducting her choir

This week, we’re delighted to welcome our newest arranger, Kate Shipway to the website.  Kate is the first new arranger to come on board via our new ‘Artist Application’ process which we introduced at the end of 2020.   Her submission was the one which really caught our eye so it’s great to be able to publish her first collection of songs and arrangements this week.

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New Arranger Welcome – Paul Ayres

November 14, 2020 - By 
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After a short summer / autumn break, we return to the fifth of our series of video conversations with our fantastic team of arrangers and composers.  In this installment, Craig talk to Paul Ayers about his own musical influences and passions and the trials and tribulations of trying to get work published.

All of Paul’s arrangements, including his collection of 3-part settings of Christmas Carols can be found on his shop page here.

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