Stone Songs

‘We, like living stones, will make it sound again’

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Image by Finnbarr Webster

Welcome to La Folia

La Folia is a music charity and production company that brings together instrumentalists, singers, actors, dancers, visual artists and writers to create new music, original projects and ground-breaking performances under the artistic directorship of Howard Moody.

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Introduction to La Folia

Watch our short video in which artistic director Howard Moody introduces the charity.

Camera: Pete Doherty, Ash Mills, Cesca Eaton Images: Ash Mills, Adrian Harris

Stone Songs

An extract from a rehearsal of Howard Moody’s new choral work which premiered at the Salisbury International Arts Festival on 27th May 2022.

Camera: Pete Doherty | Stills: Finnbarr Webster

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Celebrate Life CD

Featuring songs written by students at Wiltshire College & University Centre, Salisbury as part of La Folia's Continuing Songs project.

Images by Adrian Harris

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PUSH 2018

Howard Moody's opera told the extraordinary story of Simon Gronowski, who was pushed from a train bound for Auschwitz by his mother in 1943.

Images by Adrian Harris

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Evening Songs

A series of workshops culminating in ground-breaking evensong services at Salisbury Cathedral in July 2016 and July 2019



Video by Ash Mills


BBC South Today report

Magna Songs

Moments from the 80 minute promenade performance of Magna Songs in Salisbury Cathedral 14 July 2015

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Latest news

Raise funds for La Folia via online shopping with The Giving Machine

November 24, 2022

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