Choir Projects

Voice Project Norwich – Arc of the Sky

Arc of the Sky is inspired by the idea of a bird’s-eye view of the landscape around Blythburgh Church, the Blyth estuary and the coast. We are still inspired and have decided that we would like to launch the project as planned and really hope that you are up for joining us!

Signing up for the project will involve attending rehearsals on Tuesday evenings and/or Saturday mornings, developing our vocal and performance skills, learning new material and listening to sound files in between sessions. The only difference, of course, is that initially, it will all take place online. There will be rehearsals at the Meeting House and a public performance scheduled as soon as we are able to do this. We may also create a short performance for broadcast if the current restrictions continue beyond the original performance date of 11th July.

We will run sessions on Zoom, which will be able to be rewatched in the members’ area of our website.

We want everyone who wants to, to take part, so please apply for a bursary if you need one by contacting Iain at iain@voiceproject.co.uk

Long Distance Singers – Arc of the Sky

Arc of the Sky – Long- Distance Singers

As well as Voice Project Brighton we are extending the invitation to singers, wherever you are, to join us in the online section of Arc of the Sky. We will be running Zoom rehearsals on Tuesday evenings and/or Saturday mornings, developing our vocal and performance skills, learning new material, and listening to sound files in between sessions. Whether you are in Dublin or Brighton, Lisbon or Caen, you are welcome to join us. We will run sessions on Zoom, which will be able to be rewatched in the members’ area of our website. Arc of the Sky is inspired by the idea of a bird’s-eye view of the landscape around Blythburgh Church, the Blyth estuary and the coast.

We want everyone who wants to, to take part, so please apply for a bursary, if you need one by contacting Iain at iain@voiceproject.co.uk