A wonderful opportunity has opened for aspiring singers to take part in two voice workshops and a scratch performance of FALLEN.
The fun and engaging workshops will cover voice technique and ensemble performance. In addition to learning about how to make the best sound possible, participants will work towards a scratch performance of FALLEN on Saturday 18th October.
The workshops are led by conductor and mezzo soprano Tania Holland Williams and are open to singers aged 16 and over.
There is no requirement to read music. However, to get the most out of the sessions if you don’t read music, we recommend listening to the work beforehand – please email to request links.
There is no requirement to attend both sessions. Please wear warm, comfortable clothing and turn up ready to use your voice and above all have fun!
FALLEN is a new vocal composition based on WW1, composed for film and shortlisted for the “For the Fallen Film Challenge”. You can listen to one section here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qG49UKg3Kug
Where: St Georges Centre, Pembroke Road, Chatham Maritime, Chatham. ME4 4UH Just on the right as you enter the University Campus site. There is parking nearby.
When: Saturday 20th September 10.30am to 4.30pm
Saturday 18th October 2014 10.30am to 4.30pm
Scratch performance open to the public at 4.30pm on Saturday 18th
Cost: Workshops are £10 per day (£8 per half day) and proceeds go towards the costs of running the workshop.
What to do next: If you are interested please register by Monday 15th September via email to: email@example.com
When registering please indicate whether you are sighted or visually impaired.
Notes: There is a shop down the road from the St Georges where lunch can be purchased. Alternatively please bring lunch packs.
Workshops are open to those who are 16years and over. If under 16’s would like to take part they must be accompanied by a parent or guardian during the session, please make this known when booking.
Payment is requested by BACs prior to the event – details available on registration.
Tania Holland Williams is a previous grant recipient of Ideas Test, with the Davy Jones’ Locker project. For the Fallen was a project also funded by us, which involved a partnership between Viola Film, The Royal Engineers Museum and Blue Town Heritage Centre.