Camden Voices say:
“In a time of physical isolation, we believe more than ever in creating new ways to stay in touch and keep doing the things we love. So, with that in mind, here is our first ever virtual performance of the gorgeous True Colours, recorded straight from our own homes.
We hope it brings some happiness and calm in these crazy times ? When coronavirus hit the UK, our rehearsals, concerts and tours were cancelled- and, like everyone, we were each stuck in isolation at home. Many of our choir members had travelled back to their home countries to be with family and loved ones. After the initial shock, we became determined to refocus our energy and create something positive and inspirational for each other and our community.
This video shows what can happen when we work together, and how we can overcome obstacles with technology and our imagination. It is 28 individual videos, submitted from all over the world, combined into one- a truly international collaboration that shows the power of music in our lives.
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Solo: Max Salzmann Sopranos: Alex Wiseman, Elaine Camilleri, Kadi Linda Kiisa, Lucy Knowles, Bryony Thomas, Chloe Ravat Altos: Amy Rockson, Ella Bryant, Hansy Shore, Laima Ulozaite, Saara Kaldma, Sabah Carmen Barake, Cas Olowoyo, Harriet Crawford, Izzy Pietsch, Kate Keara Pelen Tenors: James Rees, Kris Jackson, Tom Heath, Brendan Jacot, Ed Blunt, Max Salzmann, Ned Westaway, Matt Ashworth Basses: Lawrence Walker, Marios Panayi, Tom James, Ugo Rosano Video production, arrangement & piano by: Ed Blunt (arrangement inspired by the great Perpetuum Jazzile https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wz8DH…)
Mixed and mastered by: Dan Bryer Song by Cyndi Lauper Here is a helpful guide to create your own virtual choirs/ensembles: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1v…
About Camden Voices
One of London’s foremost vocal groups, Camden Voices is a collective of talented musicians at the leading-edge of contemporary ensemble singing. Known for our vibrant rich blend and captivating performances, we have performed at renowned venues such as The Roundhouse, Union Chapel and Southbank Centre, alongside appearances on ITV and BBC Radio. Spanning a huge breadth of repertoire, we showcase fresh arrangements from the worlds of a capella, jazz and pop written with the diverse and unique qualities of the group’s voices in mind. The 30 piece choir comprises passionate singers, instrumentalists and educators from across London unified by our shared love of music.