Murmuration Choir was founded, and is currently led, by singer-songwriter, producer & choral director, Isolde Freeth-Hale, who has been composing, performing, teaching & working with choirs for over a decade. This has been a dream project in the making for several years, bringing together Isolde's two worlds of composition and creative music teaching, to share and realise arrangements of works that have most influenced her as an artist.
Isolde has been in love with a cappella harmony since childhood, whilst growing up singing gospel music in church. The transformative power of choral music, both personally and socially, is something that never left her and it has since been a personal mission to share access to the connection and healing this brings, to all people regardless of belief and aesthetic.
Isolde has trained with the Association of British Choral Directors, Frankie Armstrong, Briony Greenhill, Marie-Anne Speed, Norwegian jazz vocal group ROYST, Music Leader, Trinity & Guildhall, Leeds College of Music and Goldsmiths University. She currently leads the Rising Voices Recovery Choir, who were voted as one of the South West's 5 most inspiring choirs by the BBC, featuring on Songs of Praise in 2017. She also leads and composes for Bath Theatre Royal Choir, and teaches singing, improvisation and songwriting at Bristol Folk House.
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