With the snowfall that covered much of the UK in March now hopefully a distant memory, we turn our attentions to Summer. In fact, certainly in Wiltshire, there has been so much rain recently that a friend pointed out to me we were definitely in for a long, hot and dry Summer because all the rain must have run out by now.
Certainly this is an optimistic viewpoint. And optimism is good for us. With all the uncertainty surrounding issues with Brexit and other political matters at the moment, sometimes it’s good to think past that and consider something a little more positive.
Here at 4 Part Music we have a lot to be optimistic about. We are already starting to take bookings to record all you lovely choirs out there and certainly compared to previous years we already have more bookings pencilled in than before. This is always pleasing and means we get to meet even more choir members as we travel around the country to make recordings.
However, that doesn’t mean we are going to sit back and rest on our laurels. In fact far from it. Previous success at anything does not guarantee future outcomes regardless of your business. And like any successful business we are always looking to the future to see not only how we can pick up more work but also how we can be even better at what we do.
No longer is it good enough to assume just because something was great yesterday that it will still be great tomorrow. Technology is the clear indicator of this. Nowadays if you buy a new smartphone, the chances are it will have been superseded right at the point you carefully peel away the screen protector and look at your shiny new phone for the first time. Technology in recordings moves forward too but perhaps not quite at such an alarming rate.
And so as Spring rolls forward into Summer we are looking forward to working with all the choirs who have thus far committed to record with 4 Part Music, but we are still looking for more. If you would like to find out more about why your choir should record an album this Summer then do please get in touch.