Voice Project Brighton – Recording Choir
Over the past three years, we have learned and performed some wonderful original music created especially for The Voice Project by Jon Baker, Orlando Gough, and Helen Chadwick. As most of the performances have been promenade, it hasn’t been possible to record this material and we would like to do this before we launch our next project in May this year.
Each singer will receive a professionally recorded and designed CD as part of the project. The material will be drawn from ‘…And this is a Dream’, ‘The Arms of Sleep’, and ‘The Sky is Full of Light’. The final album will also include songs from the Voice Project Quintet and Adrian Lever who will join us for the recording. We will run rehearsals in Norwich and Brighton with the final recording being in Norwich on April 5th.
The Recording Choir is open to anyone who has been in any of these shows in either Norwich or Brighton. All the material will go online in January, so if there is anything you aren’t familiar with you will have a chance to listen to it before we start rehearsing.
Norwich – Tuesday evenings 25th Feb to 31 st March. 7.30 -9.30 pm Friends Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane Norwich NR2 1EW
Brighton – Wednesday evenings 26th Feb / 11th March / 1 st April 7.30-9.30 pm & Saturday 7th March 10.00 – 5 pm venue tbc.
Recording weekend Norwich
Saturday 4th, 12 – 5pm & Sunday 5th April 10 – 4 pm
- What if you slept
- Has my heart gone to sleep
- Illa Lucem
- Walking North
- Everything is Going to be All Right
- In Beauty
- Into Little Stars
- Significant Landscape IV (When my dream)
- Significant Landscape V (Not all the knives)
Fee includes all rehearsals, learning materials and 1 copy of CD.
Donation rate £100
A limited number of bursary places are available; please contact email@example.com for further information
Women's Voices – Brighton
Led by Sian, these popular workshops will look at how to develop our individual voices, as well as how to make a great sound in a group. We will be singing inspiring vocal music and harmony-packed songs written for, or particularly suited to, women’s voices, and drawn from a whole range of sources, traditional and contemporary, from the UK, Ireland, The USA, and Eastern Europe.
Max 25 places.
Saturday, February 1st