The London Symphony Orchestra have invited us to apply as they prepare for a colossal vocal performance that will take place at the Barbican Centre in the spring. The performance will be the UK premiere of a piece by composer David Lang, and will bring together 500 local people.
It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work with the LSO’s choral director, Sir Simon Halsey, there are no auditions, and there’s no requirement to read music.
Be part of something big this spring, as 500 people from all walks of life come together for a once-in a lifetime performance at the Barbican Centre.
Whether you’re a first-time singer or regular choir member, the London Symphony Orchestra and Choral Director Simon Halsey are inviting you to join over 500 people from across London to perform the UK premiere of David Lang’s the public domain. As a vocalist you’ll sing, whisper and chant together under the guidance of a dedicated vocal leader, telling a story through sound and movement and drawing together shared experiences into an exhilarating and exciting performance.
The three groups will then come together for two final rehearsals, before the piece is performed live in the Barbican foyers on 24 March 2019 as part of a London Symphony Orchestra performance.
More details and sign up here