Monthly Archives: November 2017
Come along to Constellations on 23rd December for a festive treat!! Over The Water (as seen on BBC One’s Pitch Battle) and The Luminelles will both perform selections from their repertoires in the first half. They will then come together in the second half as one Super-Christmas-Choir!
Two Black Sheep will be guesting along with their string quartet who will also be collaborating with both choirs.
Tickets are available at £10 / £8 for concessions and can be purchased HERE.
The ninth annual Radio City Cash for Kids Christmas Concert will take place at 7pm on Monday 18th December in the glorious surroundings of the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral. The choirs are already busy rehearsing their Christmas material ready for what promises to be another spectacular event. Get your tickets now so you don’t miss out on experiencing the ultimate Christmas feels!
Izzy Owen, Dionne Lammin, Amy Chalmers and myself will be again embarking on a Christmas carol singalong tour of bars around the North of England. Jeanette Boyhan will be deputising of Izzy in West Bradford and Ben Turner will be deputising for Amy at our gigs on Christmas Eve. Come along and get yourselves in the Christmas spirit! The venues are all lovely, cosy Christmas-friendly places and the majority of them serve mulled wine!!
On Thursday 26th October, a group of eight Sense of Sound Singers performed at the Liverpool Echo Arena, supporting Chic featuring Nile Rodgers. We collaborated with the Liverpool Festival DJs and performed an array of disco classes to build the crowd’s excitement for the headline act! It was a fantastic experience and our set was really well-received by the audience. I directed and arranged the material alongside Jennifer John. We performed the following set –
Ain’t No Mountain High Enough (Emma Bispham on lead vocals)
You’ve Got The Love (Dionne Lammin on lead vocals)
Free (Perri Alleyne-Hughes & Jennifer John on lead vocals)
Finally (Laura McClain on lead vocals)
Always There (Nina Cox on lead vocals)
Special mention to all our lead singers who all delivered killer vocals on their tracks!
Read a full review HERE!
“Kicking off the evening and setting the tone perfectly were Liverpool Disco Festival DJ’s who ran treated us all to what was clearly a carefully curated slection of classics and then Liverpool’s own Sense of Sound who sang disco classics with the voices of angels;This was music from the heavens”
In association with Meat & Potato, Sense of Sound Singers performed for the Dunelm conference at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry. I directed a diverse group of 25 vocalists including singers from Over The Water and The Luminelles. Emma Bispham led the workshop with aplomb in front of hundreds of delegates. It was wonderful to see so many people getting fully involved and committing to singing together. The workshop culminated in a full-room performance of Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.