Our popular day-long choral festival returns with a host of performances and workshops for the whole family.

Our popular day-long choral festival returns on Saturday 23 July, this year in partnership with Kings Place, London. Featuring a host of performances and workshops on the theme of connections, audiences can enjoy performances by newly formed Exodus Ensemble, Corvus Consort, and Genesis Sixteen, as well as participation workshops led by members of The Sixteen, Horizon Voices, and Black Voices.

Throughout the day Kings Place will be filled with the beauty of unaccompanied choral music, with activities and performances for the whole family to enjoy. Whether or not you are attending a programmed event, pop along to Kings Place to enjoy a cuppa, lunch, or afternoon tea and enjoy pop up performances throughout the day.

11am – Mini Music Makers
Join Lucia and Joe from Mini Music Makers for a fun, energetic, educational music classes for 0 – 5 year olds led by professional musicians.

1pm – Workshop: Choral Fusion with Horizon Voices
Join this interactive workshop for all the family by taking part, or just listening, with London-based professional vocal ensemble Horizon Voices.

2pm – Workshop: Sing with Black Voices
Join Black Voices, led by Ceceilia Wickham-Anderson as they cover a variety of styles from traditional African, spirituals, jazz, gospel, pop and folk.

4pm – Corvus Consort with Louise Thomson
A programme of music for eight upper voices and harp.

7.30pm – Exodus: Exploring Shakespeare’s Songs and poetry
Join Exodus as they take you on a journey of choral music exploring Shakespeare’s words.

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