Voices Now at the Roundhouse, London, 20-23 June 2013

 
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  • 11 March 2013
    Tickets On Sale for Voices Now 2013
    Voices Now  Celebrating Singing Together Thursday 20th June – Sunday 23rd June 2013, The Roundhouse, Camden Voices Now is a celebration of all things singing from the best choirs in the world to
  • 19 February 2013
    MAKING MUSIC OPEN STAGE CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
    We are now calling for all choirs to apply to perform on the Making Music Open Stage, which will take place on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 June 2013. We are looking
  • 8 January 2013
    Great Opportunity for Young Singers
    We are pleased to be able to let you know about an exciting opportunity with Voices Now 2013 for young singers between 16-25 years of age. Voices Now is also working
  • 10 October 2012
    Voices Now 2013: Opportunity for choirs to take part in a world premiere
    The Voices Now festival in 2013 will include a major new commission by Eriks Esenvalds for a wide range of choirs and we are on the look out for choirs
  • 10 October 2012
    Voices Now 2013 Announced
    20-23 June 2013 Roundhouse, Camden The next Voices Now Festival will be 20-23rd June 2013 at the Roundhouse in Camden, London The Voices Now Festival harnesses the recent groundswell of interest in singing
  • 1 April 2011
    Voices Now 2011
    What an incredible first Voices Now festival!!! The team are already getting excited for 2013, watch this space for pics and reviews from 2011 and previews for 2013…….

 

Last time...A look back at the 2011 Voices Now festival

Voices Now 2013

20th-23rd June 2013
The Holst Singers on stage

Thursday 20 June 2013

Time Performers Location  
7.00 pm -
9.00 pm
A performance that will be the culmination of a long term project that the BBC Singers have been running with schools in Harrow. The twenty-six Harrow School choirs will be performing works by Britten and Copland and a phenomenal new commission by Grace Rossiter and Stephen Jeffes - ‘The Elements’. Tickets: £3
Main Space

Friday 21 June 2013

Time Performers Location  
8.00 pm -
10.00 pm
Old and New - The Hilliard Ensemble are celebrating their 40th year together and will perform alongside a newly formed consort of young singers created by Voices Now. The programme will include a range of old and new music including Viderunt Omnes by Perotin and Most Holy Mother of God by Arvo Part. Tickets: £20, £15 (£10 Concessions)
Main Space

Saturday 22 June 2013

Time Performers Location  
1.00 pm -
7.30 pm
The Voices Now Making Music Open Stage ADMISSION FREE
Foyers
8.00 pm -
10.00 pm
Winners of the BBC’s Last Choir Standing Only Men Aloud join the London Gay Men’s Chorus in a concert celebrating male singing traditions. Tickets: £25, £20, £15, £10
Main Space
10.15 pm -
11.00 pm
The Voices Now Making Music Open Stage Featuring the City Shanty Band ADMISSION FREE
Foyers

Sunday 23 June 2013

Time Performers Location  
1.00 pm -
6.30 pm
The Voices Now Making Music Open Stage ADMISSION FREE
Foyers
7.00 pm -
8.00 pm
City Songs - A stranger (Imogen Heap) arrives in a city. She encounters those things and people that give the city its music; her journey is one through both place and song. A celebration of the choral and the communal, City Songs is a new commission by Eriks Esenvalds with words by Emma Jones. Performed by Imogen Heap and Holst Singers, Codetta, Roundhouse Choir, Green Street Blues, Funky Voices and St Mary’s School Choir. Tickets: £12 (£10 concessions)
Main Space
8.30 pm -
10.00 pm
The Voices Now Making Music Open Stage ADMISSION FREE
Foyers

Making Music logo  in association with Making Music

Making Music, the National Federation of Music Societies, is one of the largest arts umbrella organisations in the UK, representing and supporting over 3,000 voluntary music groups. Its members include choirs, orchestras, music promoters, jazz and folk bands, community festivals, samba groups, sitar ensembles, barbershop choruses and brass bands. It provides a comprehensive range of financial, artistic and administrative services, as well as development and training opportunities to amateur musicians. Making Music also lobbies on behalf of its members to national and local government and other agencies. Collectively, Making Music’s 250,000 musicians and music lovers present around 12,000 concerts each year to an audience of 1.6 million people. www.makingmusic.org.uk