Vox Voices- female vocal group 

Create sound for the soul

Vox Voices is one SoundsCreative’s local neighbourhood projects. This all female vocal group is set up as a course of relaxed and playful weekly workshops, with movement, body percussion and uplifting world, folk and jazz melodies learnt by ear.  The workshops focus on 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 led by Tara Franks.

“I can't tell you how uplifting and magical a thing it is”  VoxVoices singer Kate

Read more about it in a blog article by Kate Smith

When and where?

Tuesday evening 8pm - 9.15pm - Seasonal 10 week courses (in term time) 

@ The GreenHouse, N16 (The well-being room)

What to expect?

To move, to sing, to stretch, to breath, to share, have fun and find your voice!



Sign up for the whole season of 10 weeks - £80

...or drop-in on a flexible basis - £10 per workshop (if there is space, email first to book your drop in place)

All dates can be found on the What's on Calendar


Singers say...

“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

"... 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...

Repertoire is a mix of part songs that everyone can learn whatever level of singer you are; from new arrangements of british folk songs, songs from around the world learnt from fellow musicians or on travels, jazz classics and great soul tunes - all arranged especially for Vox Voices by the leaders Tara Franks and Rhia Parker.

Photos by Grace Gelder