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  1. Cheryl Frances-Hoad

    Hereford Cathedral Voluntary Choir, Composition Competition

    22 April 2022
    Composition Competition brought to you by Hereford Cathedral Voluntary Choir in association with the Three Choirs Festival and Oxford University Press.
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  2. Music Declares Emergency's Turn Up the Volume Week

    11 April 2022
    Climate change charity Music Declares Emergency has organised a week-long series of actions and activities designed to ‘turn up the volume’ on its calls for both government action on climate change and a sustainable music industry.
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  3. Anna Crosby

    Volunteering at Three Choirs Festival

    29 March 2022
    Before I started volunteering, I was an aimless university graduate who had made no real attempt to discover what career path could be right for me (a position I know quite a few others can relate to…)
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  4. Naomi Belshaw

    Three Choirs Festival announces first woman chair

    17 March 2022
    The Three Choirs Festival has appointed a new Chair to their Board of Directors – Naomi Belshaw becomes the first woman Chair in the Festival’s history. Naomi is taking the place of Dr Timothy Brain OBE who, during a significant tenure as Chair, has seen the professionalisation of the organisation.
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  5. Luke Styles

    Making Tracks

    4 March 2022
    Luke Styles marks his 40th birthday year with Tracks in the Orbit, a new saxophone concerto for Iain Ballamy, and Voices of Power for this summer’s Three Choirs Festival.
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  6. Robert Convey

    New Year, New Look

    17 February 2022
    So how do you represent an organisation like Three Choirs through a logo? This question has been at the forefront of our thoughts over the last few months as we have been working hard on the development of a new website and visual identity for the festival following feedback from you.
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  7. 2022 Festival Programme Preview

    1 February 2022
    75 years ago, in 1946, the Three Choirs Festival was revived in Hereford after a gap of seven years during the Second World War. Much of that year’s festival was carried over from the fully-planned programme for 1939.
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  8. Festival awarded Arts Council funding

    1 February 2022
    The Three Choirs Festival has been awarded funding as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) to help face the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and to ensure they have a sustainable future, the Culture Secretary has announced today.
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