FLOW of Voices Sound Creation Workshop

A fun workshop exploring the voice, which will help test ideas for the event, Flow: Marking the Mill Race.

How does the voice of a buried river sound? Come and join choir leader and vocal teacher Loz Kaye and be part of a workshop afternoon exploring the voice. We will test the voice in a range of fun and imaginative ways and then create a recording based on the theme of surfacing a hidden brook. Come join the torrent…! A great chance to be part of shaping Flow: Marking the Mill Race, a major event in Lancaster’s historic Mill Race area on 30 April 2022.

If you have a smart phone with recording capability, bring it, but not to worry if you don’t.

Loz Kaye

Loz Kaye has worked extensively as a Musical Director, Choir Leader, Vocal Teacher and Composer. His enthusiasms are inclusive singing and the public power of music. Currently he is Director of Sound for Separate Doors’ national ensemble and Musical Director of Hope Mill Community Choir. He has led many projects in Lancashire and Lancaster/Morecambe in particular, including being former Artistic Director of More Music Morecambe.

Flow: Marking the Mill Race is part of an exciting three-year cultural programme, ‘Mill Race: Flow of Change’. This will celebrate the Mill Race area as a core and dynamic part of Lancaster that is informed by its heritage as well as its emerging, contemporary character. The programme will complement the Lancaster High Streets Heritage Action Zone being delivered by Lancaster City Council. Both programmes are funded by Historic England.

 

Date & Location Change

  • Due to Covid this workshop has moved to the 16 April and the venue has changed to St John's Church

Suitable for

  • 16yrs+
    Suitable for singers and non-singers.
    No experience necessary, just an interest in the voice.

Duration

  • 2 hours

Dates

  • 16 Apr 2022

Location

  • St John the Evangelist's Church
  • North Road Lancaster, LA1 1NR UK
  • Image credit: David Boultbee
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