Sogno di Volare
This project is now closed. The project video will be released on 2nd May 2021.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS PROJECT IS NOW UNDERWAY AND SUBMISSIONS CLOSE ON 22nd FEBRUARY. ALL PAST REHEARSALS ARE AVAILABLE ON CATCH-UP, AND LIVE EVENTS ARE SCHEDULED UNTIL 12th FEBRUARY.
What makes us human...?
"My favorite way to describe Sogno di Volare is that it celebrates human exceptionalism." Christopher Tin
Sogno di Volare is an incredible piece honouring human achievement and aspiration. We are thrilled to be collaborating with composer Christopher Tin to rehearse and make a virtual choir video of this remarkable work.
What better way to start the year than by taking to the skies in flight!
The Stay At Home Choir is more than just a 'virtual choir'.
Our members get unprecedented access to work directly with some of the world's most famous artists, enjoy our rich schedule of interactive events and access our global community of music-lovers.
The joy and enthusiasm is so infectious, it is wonderful! - Ann, SAHC Member
As someone who lives in Australia, working alongside Tori and Jamie and having opportunities to chat and sing with some of my favourite international vocal ensembles has honestly been a dream come true! - Jesse, SAHC Member
Join us and discover a new way to connect and make music...
“Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.” Leonardo Da Vinci
Entry to this project is on a Pay-As-You-Feel basis, and the suggested amount is £15.00, which includes the purchase of your sheet music. If paying is a problem, you can join our waitlist, which offers free spaces to as many people as we can afford. Sign Up NOW! Places are limited...
This project will open and resources will be released on 15th January 2021. It will run for approximately four weeks, plus extra time for recording and submitting.
We are happy to accomodate full choirs and school groups - if you have an enquiry please email [email protected]
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