Voices Now at the Roundhouse, London 24-27 March 2011

Tickets: 0844 482 8008

Thursday 24th March

Friday 25th March

Saturday 26th March

Sunday 27th March

Open Stage

2pm onwards
Performances will take place in the Foyer space of the venue
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Free admission

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Do you want your choir to be part of Voices Now? This is your chance to take part…

We are inviting choirs (of up to 30 people) from any background, genre or style – pop, gospel, classical, world, folk and everything in between – to take part in the festival by performing on the Making Music Open Stage.  

Throughout Saturday and Sunday choirs from all over the UK will be giving 30-minute à cappella performances in the world-famous Roundhouse, and we want you to be a part of that. This is your chance to be a part of a festival celebrating some of the best choirs in the world, to sing at an iconic venue and promote your choir and your concerts on a national platform to hundreds of people interested in choral singing.

How to apply

Please download and fill in the Making Music Open Stage application form: word doc icon PDF icon
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Please send the completed form to us either:

  • by email to Sarah Buchan: sarah.buchan@roundhouse.org.uk,
    If you are supporting your application with media files, please also attach an MP3 file or link to a YouTube video (or similar);


  • by post to Sarah Buchan, Voices Now, c/o Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8EH.
    If you are supporting your application with audio or video recordings, please also enclose a CD or DVD.

Application deadline Friday 18 February.

Successful groups will be notified by Friday 25 February 2011.

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Making Music, the National Federation of Music Societies, is one of the largest arts umbrella organisations in the UK, representing and supporting over 3,000 voluntary music groups. Its members include choirs, orchestras, music promoters, jazz and folk bands, community festivals, samba groups, sitar ensembles, barbershop choruses and brass bands. It provides a comprehensive range of financial, artistic and administrative services, as well as development and training opportunities to amateur musicians. Making Music also lobbies on behalf of its members to national and local government and other agencies. Collectively, Making Music’s 250,000 musicians and music lovers present around 12,000 concerts each year to an audience of 1.6 million people. www.makingmusic.org.uk