134 likes. The Self Isolation Choir presents: Messiah at Home: CONCERT DAY Warm up! See below, and the Self Isolation Choir website. The Self Isolation Choir has been specially formed in response to the global impact of the Coronavirus - Singers from around the world can join and take part in the events and activities organised by the choir in their own home. This guy’s ‘home choir’ lyrics go: ‘Pack up your loo roll and yer tin of Spam and quarantine, self-isolation from your fellow man and keep your hands clean!’ A surefire classic. Formed by choral singers for choral singers in association with ChoraLine the leading provider of recordings and music script, the Self-Isolation Choir was established for those who wanted to continue to sing during these challenging times. ... ChoraLine App Video by Andrew Grigg. Whilst we may not be able to attend regular choir rehearsals and concerts at this moment in time, virtual projects such as the Self-Isolation Choir enable us to continue to experience the little things which bring us joy in our lives.

There is a £14.95 Registration fee, £5 of which will be donated to musicians. Join the Self Isolation Choir for a performance of the Messiah. Also from the UK, the Self-Isolation Choir is presenting “The Messiah at Home,” in association with ChoraLine, which helps provide vocal scores and audio prompts. 7.30pm. At this time of self-isolation, our regular choir rehearsals and concerts have been postponed or cancelled. 7.30pm. MESSIAH AT HOME sing with THE SELF ISOLATION CHOIR. Online. The Self-Isolation Choir, in association with Choraline, began an eight week period of rehearsals of Handel's Messiah on Tuesday 31 March at 19:30 BST, leading to a full concert on Sunday 31 May 2020.Proceeds will go to help musicians and soloists whose livelihood has been threatened, and to another good cause to support those most affected by the Covid-19 virus. The Self-Isolation Choir will perform its own completely new version of MESSIAH from isolation on 31st May 2020 In only 16 days, 2,900 singers have joined the choir from over 50 countries This new choir has attracted world class soloists and orchestral players for the performance. Singers from around the world can join and take part in the events and activities organised by the choir in their own home. Join in with The Self-Isolation Choir. Self Isolation Choir.
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Rehearsals of the full choir take place at 7. (This becomes the 3rd concert of the 2019-20 season). - open to singers all around the world - - special ChoraLine discount - ELIJAH by Felix Mendelssohn . 2:53. 30pm on each Monday, on the Self Isolation Choir YouTube channel , with Soprano rehearsal on Tuesday, Altos on Wednesday, Tenors on Thursday and Bass on … ‘The Self Isolation Choir’ - open to singers all around the world - Presents . Join in with The Self-Isolation Choir. ELIJAH - The Self isolation Choir. The first event will be singing Handel's Messiah: Singing at Home.

The Self-Isolation Choir We are founded by choral singers for choral singers and now have over 3,800 members made up of 1,100 sopranos, 1,400 altos, 500 tenors and 800 basses from all over the world. Messiah at Home. The Self Isolation Choir has been specially formed in response to the global impact of the Coronavirus. The Self-Isolation Choir, in association with Choraline, began an eight week period of rehearsals of Handel's Messiah on Tuesday 31 March at 19:30 BST, leading to a full concert on Sunday 31 May 2020. He's Working | Steven Furtick VIVALDI GLORIA . Messiah at Home. If you fancy doing some singing yourself – a great way of boosting your well-being during these tough times – then join The Self-Isolation Choir and enjoy rehearsing for a virtual performance of Messiah on 31 st May, complete with professional instrumentalists and soloists. The Self Isolation Choir has been specially formed in response to the global impact of the Coronavirus - Singers from around the world can join and take part in the events and activities organised by the choir in their own home. We are all now well into social distancing and self isolation probably for many months to come. Proceeds will go to help musicians and soloists whose livelihood has been threatened, and to another good cause to support those most affected by the Covid-19 virus.