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Vocal Improvisation Workshop with the London Contemporary Voices

Until Sunday 21 May 2017
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All orders will be subject to a fee of £1.50 except if your tickets are free or if you are a member

In a nutshell

London Contemporary Voices members lead two workshops per day on vocal improvisation. Get ready to explore your voices!

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Many voices singing together can be greater than the sum of their individual parts. London Contemporary Voices' workshop centres on listening, creating and singing as a group. The workshop will take a non-traditional approach focussing purely on experimentation with the voice and will involve the creation of a piece of immersive of choral music. As part of the journey creating the piece, we learn some technique. Individual voices will come together to create something completely new. 

London Contemporary Voices is London's leading alternative choir who have worked with artists including Sam Smith, Joss Stone, Alt-J, Basement Jaxx, Laura Mvula, Imogen Heap, Nitin Sawhney, Newton Faulkner and many more.

LCV has performed at world class venues including The O2 Arena, the Royal Albert Hall, Southbank Centre, The Roundhouse, Somerset House and the Union Chapel, and at festivals including Reading, Latitude, Wilderness, Secret Garden Party and iTunes Festival. They have appeared on BBC Radio 1, BBC 1 Wales, Channel 4, E4, ITV2, Capital FM and BBC2's Later with Jools Holland.

What to Expect

This will be a fully interactive and engaged vocal improvisation workshop – be ready to sing and move, bodies and voices!

Who's Involved

London Contemporary Voices (LCV) is London's leading alternative choir. LCV has previously collaborated with everyone from Elbow to Alt-J, Sam Smith to Joss Stone, Laura Mvula to Imogen Heap. 

The choir has performed at several Burberry Fashion shows and currently appears on the soundtrack to the latest Burberry collection. Most recently, the choir recorded with Imogen Heap for the Harry Potter The Cursed Child stage play and our singers also sang on Elbow's UK number one album Little Fictions

Why does Rich Mix matter?

'As a hub for cultural innovation and the independent arts in London, Rich Mix is the perfect spot to attract professionals and amateurs to the innovative experience of exploring vocal improvisation.'

Find out more


Twitter: @LCVChoir

Things you should know

This event is wheelchair accessible.

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