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The Voice Project Presents:

Saturday 23rd January 2016 - St Andrew's Hall, Norwich

This winter concert from The Voice Project Choir will make imaginative use of the space at St Andrew's Hall to explore themes of the turning of the year, dark and light, hibernation, from the dark of winter to the coming of spring, from the dark of the night sky to luminous sunrise. Seated.

6pm Show - Buy tickets for The Voice Project Presents: RED SHIFT - 6PM SHOW

8pm Show - Buy tickets for The Voice Project Presents: RED SHIFT - 8PM SHOW


The Voice Project Choir – Conducted by Sian Croose

Lisa Cassidy - Soprano

Sharon Durant – Soprano

Sian Croose - Alto

Jeremy Avis - Tenor

Jonathan Baker - Bass

Rowland Sutherland – Flutes

Derek Scurll – Percussion

Lighting Tim Tracey

Red Shift is directed by Sian Croose and Jonathan Baker

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The Voice Project is an open-access singing project offering a whole range of creative ways to use your voice. The Voice Project was created by singers Sian Croose and Jonathan Baker in 2008 and since then we have involved hundreds of singers in performances of great new vocal music as well as workshops designed to build vocal confidence and explore a wide variety of uplifting and inspiring vocal music.

Sian Croose is a singer and community musician who has run choirs  and vocal groups for 25 years. She has sung in cathedrals and village halls, in tiny villages and capital cities, on her own and with a cast of thousands. She has created music projects in the  UK, Ireland and France and is co-founder of The Voice Project.

Jon Baker is a singer, teacher and composer who has written extensively for TV, radio and theatre. He is a founder member of The Neutrinos with whom he has toured throughout Europe and North America. He is co-founder of The Voice Project.

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