Vox Voices- female vocal group
Create sound for the soul
Vox Voices is a course of relaxed and playful vocal workshops, with movement, body percussion and uplifting world, folk and jazz melodies learnt by ear. Vox Voices is about the joy of making a collective sound, swapping from harmony to harmony and exploring improvisatory ideas together. Vox Voices is for all singers and would-be singers, regardless of experience or talent!
Workshops are run by Tara Franks, each term joined by a guest connected artist to host one session. Singers can turn up and pay on the door for single sessions (spaces allowing) or book in advance on to the full course for a discounted rate.
When and where?
Vox Voices runs in nine-week courses during term time on Tuesday evenings (8 - 9:15pm).
Weekly workshops are held in the beautiful yoga room at The GreenHouse N16 (near Newington Green)
Sign up for the whole season at a discount price or drop in any week and pay on the door.
Full list of dates, prices and the guest workshop details can be found on our what's on calendar or book below - Autumn sings start Tuesday 12th September.
“I have found it liberating to learn everything by ear…and then the skills to allow us to swap effortlessly between... It's the highlight of my week" Amy
“I can't tell you how uplifting and magical a thing it is” Kate
"... No matter how big or small the group is, the way we learn never fails to produce a beautiful and extremely satisfying sound almost immediately. Tara's emphasis on every choir member learning melody and all the harmonies creates an extremely empathetic group, which listens intently to the overall sound much more than any other choir I have experienced..." Sally
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More about the songs...
Tara carefully selects and arranges part songs that everyone can learn, whatever level of singer you are. Some of the songs are jazz arrangements she has dug up from her childhood, or great soul tunes she arranges especially for the mixed voices of Vox Voices, many are folk songs from around the world learnt from fellow musicians or on travels.