Howard Goodall's official website
This is Howard Goodall’s official website. Howard is an EMMY, BRIT and BAFTA award-winning composer of choral music, stage musicals, film and TV scores, and a distinguished broadcaster. In recent years he has been England’s first ever National Ambassador for Singing, the Classical Brit Composer of the Year and Classic FM’s Composer-in-Residence. He was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2011 New Year Honours for services to music education.HOWARD GOODALL'S STORY OF MUSIC
The Union Theatre, London More info → on the dreaming
St Sepulchre-without-Newgate, London More info → on Every Purpose under the Heaven
St Francis Church, Simonstown, South Africa More info → on Promises of Grace
31 July 2014
Howard has contributed two choral items for the August 4th commemoration of the beginning of the First World War at St Symphorien Military Cemetery near Mons, Belgium, broadcast live in BBC2. He has arranged British and German soldiers’ songs into a suite with band accompaniment (The Band of the Coldstream Guards) and composed an entirelyContinue reading → about First World War Commemoration
22 June 2014
Last Friday, Howard Goodall gave a speech at The Sunday Times Festival of Education debating What music in schools is for? Click here for the full version of the Festival of Education speechContinue reading → about What future for music in schools?
2 May 2014
Howard Goodall was delighted this week to receive from Baroness Shepherd the title and status of Doctor of Literature (Education) of the Institute of Education, University of London.Continue reading → about Institute of Education
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about 15 hours ago
My #SNATM on Sat @ClassicFM is all about film sequels - any special requests?
about 17 hours ago
On this day in 1785 Mozart wrote to Josef Haydn with a gift of 6 string quartets, calling him 'my dearest, best friend'. #MozzaJozzaBezzies
about 20 hours ago
2/2, more of a yell than a sing, too staccato, no arc in the phrase. A Kop-out, one might say.
about one day ago
Liverpool fans sing #NeverWalkAlone differently these days - pitch a tone too high, miss climactic 4th leap, finish notes too soon, 1/2..
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