March 10 2014 Latest news:
Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Norwich-based open access choir The Voice Project is looking for people to take part in its performance for this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.
The organisation, which won an EDP People’s Choice Award at the Norfolk Arts Awards in October, produces performances each year for the May arts festival, and last year at Norwich Cathedral it presented Ideas of Flight which was inspired by poetry about birds.
Details of The Voice Project’s 2014 festival performance are still to be confirmed but people interested in taking part can join a taster event at the Friends Meeting House in Norwich in February. There are no auditions and no experience is necessary.
The Voice Project director Sian Croose said: “This year’s festival concert will take place in a very special venue in Norfolk and all are invited to take part in an exciting performance of beautiful new music.”
The Voice Project is also running courses in January.
Singing From Scratch, a four-week course taught by Voice Project director Sian Croose, begins on January 14 and is open to all.
Sian’s co-director Jonathan Baker will lead a four-week Men’s Voices course which begins on the same day and is also open to all.
Sian Croose is also course leader for three workshops called Tuning In – Singing Mind and Body.
The taster session for The Voice Project’s 2014 festival show is on February 18, 7.30pm-9.30pm, at the Friends Meeting House in Lower Goat Lane, Norwich.
Singing From Scratch and Men’s Voices are from 7.30pm-9.30pm on January 14, 21, 28 and February 4. Tuning In – Singing Mind and Body is from 10am-12.30pm on January 25, March 1 and April 10.
For more information visit www.voiceproject.co.uk