The Voice Project is an innovative new-music organisation based in Norwich and providing cultural opportunity in England

We have been creating large-scale, site-responsive choral performances of new music for arts festivals and special events since 2008

We create several performances each year and work with open-access, non-auditioned choirs and a team of exceptional professional artists and production staff to produce award-winning work

Our work is grounded in the ethos that participation in the arts contributes to the well-being of the individual and the community

Online singing courses January 2022

We're running some online 6-week courses in January and February

Find out more and book a place on our Courses page

Buy our new album

Our new album, The World on Either Side,  was released on 14 December and is available to order now.

Find out more on our Shop page

Watch our new film

The Distance Between Us

This project, a sequel to our first film Arc of the Sky, took place over the winter months during the second period of lockdown due to the pandemic.

Still unable to meet and sing in person together, over 130 people joined us from Norwich and Brighton as well as from as Ireland, Spain, South Africa and the USA.

Weaving together the sounds and images drawn from the choir and the artists involved we have created a film that records a very unusual and unique time in our lives; one that connected people across distances and found us singing together whilst apart.

We hope you enjoy the film.

The Voice Project is a charity.
If you would like to make a donation to support our work you can do so on our SUPPORT US page.
All donations are very gratefully received.

Daily singing warm up



Every weekday morning at 11am Voice Project Director Jon Baker does a live singing warm up on Zoom.

The session is around 10 minutes long and is a great way to get yourself energised and limbered up for the rest of the day.

If you'd like to join in live at 11 am each morning here is the Zoom link

Passcode: 119239



We're thrilled to receive further funding thanks to the government’s Culture Recovery Fund so that we can continue to be here for you and Here For Culture.

19 November 2021