Together Twilight Sessions from Together Productions

Together Twilight Sessions

Bringing a spirit of curiosity and openness to experiencing the world of singing

With COVID-19 posing continued challenges for singing together in person, there's nothing stopping us from connecting and developing our skills and knowledge during the pandemic.

Together Twilight Sessions is a programme of workshops and conversations with internationally renowned vocal artists and musical experts. In 2020, Together Productions is bringing together a diverse array of artists from across the globe, including opera singer Kangmin Justin Kim, conductor and musical activist André de Quadros and Indian vocalist Ranjana Ghatak.

Inviting audiences to delve into a wide range of vocal and musical styles, the workshop and conversation series is designed for anyone curious to know more about the multi-faceted aspects of music, with a particular focus on singing and the voice. No prior musical experience is needed - just an enthusiasm to learn and participate.

These 45 minute sessions focus on mindfulness; activism; traditional Korean, Indian classical and Arabic song; jazz, pop and a cappella vocal music; and conversations on building a more innovative and equitable future for choral music.

Schedule

Together Twilight Sessions take place on Zoom on Thursdays from 18.30 - 19.15 BST and can be booked via Eventbrite. Sessions will be recorded and all attendees will receive the recording following the workshop to access any time.

DETAILS

£7.50 per workshop

When five workshops are booked, audiences receive a promotion code by email to gain free access to the remaining sessions for October December 2020. This means they can access the entire series for just £37.50!

View schedule and details on our website here.

About Together Productions

Together Productions is a ground-breaking social change organisation based in the UK. We produce innovative collaborative arts projects that connect people, organisations and audiences across social and cultural divides.

We run community projects including the Mixed Up Chorus and the Sing For Freedom Choir and the large-scale composition and performance project Singing Our Lives.

www.togetherproductions.co.uk

For more information, contact home@togetherproductions.co.uk

Posted: Tue 13th October 2020

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