ARE YOU IN GOOD VOICE?
Norfolk’s Voice Project Choir is inviting anyone who would like to sing (no experience necessary) to join a new project for the 2017 Norfolk & Norwich Festival. The Arms of Sleep will be an overnight sleepover experience for the audience, with the choir providing music in the evening and morning.
The event will be held at Norwich’s historic Assembly House where audiences of up to 40 people will each be given a comfortable bed to create a dream–like night of music and stories, sound and images. Following a preview on May 20 performances will be held on the evenings of May 22 to 26 with a second part on the next morning.
Voice Project co-director Sian Croose said:”We’d like to welcome absolutely anyone over 16 with a desire to sing to join the choir. There are no auditions and all rehearsals are conducted in such a way that no previous experience of singing or music is required.” Participants will not be expected to be available for every festival performance.
This is the second part of the Arms of Sleep trilogy, following on from Beyond Stars at Norwich Cathedral in January. The final section will be at a major international festival in 2018.
There is a no obligation taster session for anyone who thinks they may be interested in joining the choir at The Friends Meeting House, Lower Goat Lane, Norwich on Tuesday, March 7, at 7.30pm.