The G6 team share highlights from life as a classical touring ensemble and talk to musicians about their work and experiences. #theG6podcast
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Episode 3: Roger Wright
4 August 2021
Owain chats to Roger Wright, Director of Britten Pears Arts about musical life on the Suffolk coast. Plus, we discuss our Summer Sessions series and what it’s like to be back making music with live audiences.
Episode 2: Delma Tomlin
7 April 2021
Owain chats to Delma Tomlin, Director of the National Centre for Early Music in York about the musical life of the city. Plus, Mike and Andrew explore our Lent Sessions series and discuss our educational plans as we resurface from the pandemic.
Episode 1: Eleanor Oldroyd and David Ogden
18 February 2021
Owain chats to broadcaster Eleanor Oldroyd about her passion for classical music, and we explore the choral scene in Bristol with conductor David Ogden. Plus, Andrew tells us all about his journey into the world of VR.
Six Geese a-Laying
12 December 2020
Join us for the final episode of 2020 where we delve into our exciting #12Days project: the gift of a Choral Christmas. Featuring guest contributions from Echo Vocal Ensemble and The Swan Consort.
London Sound Gallery
24 October 2020
We offer a window into the London Sound Gallery – our new concert series which debuts this Autumn. As well as concert previews, we hear from members of the cast and crew about a return to live music making and talk to one of the stars of the series, trumpeter Matilda Lloyd.
10 October 2020
We’re back with The News and a focus on projects that we’ve been working on since lockdown eased: rehearsals, video concerts, recordings, DCMS trials, and collaborations for our online festival: London Sound Gallery. We also talk about the life and music of Carlo Gesualdo and Guy interviews Dr Paolo da Col, director of Italian ensemble, Odhecaton, in Milan! Finally, as we wave farewell to the English summer, Any Other Business has a familiarly sporting air…
26 June 2020
The choral tradition in the UK is one of the world’s musical jewels. Former choristers often attribute their successes in later life to years spent at cathedral music foundations, including our special guest Alexander Armstrong – the actor and presenter was a chorister in Edinburgh. Joseph chats to Christopher Gray, Director of Music at Truro Cathedral, about the challenges and rewards of running a provincial cathedral choir. We also explore our own backgrounds as choristers, including some clips from our treble days!
16 May 2020
We share the best moments from our team catch-up interleaved with snapshots of life from our homes under lockdown conditions. Featuring clips of our home-brewed music-making, alongside news of our first commission from composer, Joanna Ward. Plus, in a series of twists, Owain reports from a building site, Sam removes some buns from the oven, and Josh spots a giraffe on a bike.
27 March 2020
We tackle the big issue at the moment: how to record a podcast while in isolation. Owain interviews composer Joanna Marsh and we discuss the release of our new album, Fading. Plus, Guy chooses his Desert Island Discs, and we answer some of your burning questions.
New Year: New Music
3 March 2020
Sam chairs a travel blog from Australia, Owain interviews special guest Héloïse Werner, and we share recordings from our recent concerts. Plus, Mike explains a bit about why we’re recording this podcast, and introduces newest member of the team, Andrew.
Pilot – our first podcast
31 January 2020
Introducing all of us to all of you – via 7-way Rock Paper Scissors, canoeing disaster, Sam’s shaky start to Veganuary, and what makes us tick as a group.