Exciting events and new collaborations in 2018
Glorious Chorus has a packed diary this summer including collaborations with other artists. One of these was on 5th May when the choir performed with Brighton-based singer/songwriter Mara Simpson in Totnes. Director Helen Yeomans is now considering Christmas 2018 bookings - there are only a few spots free now, so if you’re interested get in touch!
Catch Glorious Chorus next on 7th July
Glorious Chorus is performing at Glasdenbury Festival on Sat 7th July then Ashburton Arts Centre on Tues 10th July. Visit the Gigs Page for all information.
Glorious Chorus at Voices Now!
Glorious Chorus performed at the prestigious Voices Now festival at The Roundhouse, London on the weekend of 8th/9th July.
The choir sang Line Groth's epic arrangement of Bjork’s Hyperballad with The Roundhouse Choir (the 1st public performance of this in the UK we believe) and Helen’s We Got All The Love opened the festival on Saturday night, sung by all choirs. Glorious Chorus performed at the festival’s Open Stages in Camden Market and The Roundhouse on the Sunday.
Watch the new video of the choir’s trip to Voices Now here! Click on the video below (mute the Home Page audio player first).
Director/Composer Helen Yeomans wins major prize at the UK Songwriting Contest
Helen has been announced winner of the gospel/faith category with her song ‘Saved' in the 2015 international songwriting competition. The competition attracts over 7,000 entries in total and is one of most prestigious songwriting contests in the world with several international winners in this year’s contest. Glorious Chorus will be performing this outstanding song next summer and you can find it on the Love, Peace & Harmony CD on the CD Shop Page. You can also see the choir perform it on the video below. For all info about the contest, visit uksongwritingcontest.co.uk.
Watch Glorious Chorus in action
Watch Glorious Chorus perform 3 of their favourite songs - Caravan of Love, Saved and Jerusalem. Helen’s unique arrangement of Jerusalem takes the song right back to it’s roots, introducing a new time signature and chorus. Saved features soloist Fran Andre. Enjoy!