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Choir to perform in three different churches on same Norwich street

PUBLISHED: 11:49 10 January 2018 | UPDATED: 11:49 10 January 2018

The Voice Project Choir will be peforming in three different churches in Norwich. Picture Phil Sayer.

The Voice Project Choir will be peforming in three different churches in Norwich. Picture Phil Sayer.

Phil Sayer

A city choir is to explore three very different locations in the same medieval Norwich street as part of a new performance piece.

The Voice Project Choir will be peforming in three different churches in Norwich. Picture Phil Sayer.The Voice Project Choir will be peforming in three different churches in Norwich. Picture Phil Sayer.

The-150 singers of the Voice Project Choir will perform their new piece, Travels in Light, later this month in three different churches on Princes Street.

It is the final part of a trilogy of pieces about sleep, dreaming and waking and the bits in between and will take place on January 20 in three separate performances at St George’s Tombland, St Peter Hungate and the United Reformed Church.

The choir will lead the audience between performances.

Voice Project co-director Jon Baker said: “Each of these buildings has its own sound and atmospheric qualities, brilliant for a choral piece as these buildings were literally made for singing in.”

Tickets are priced £12 and are available from www.voiceproject.co.uk.


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