We start with Dilara Ayidin-Corbett, a Goldsmith graduate and recently accepted onto the Leadership course at Guildhall, specialising in Irish folk music and Indian classical music. Dilara is also a member of Goldsmiths Vocal Ensemble led by Eska Mtungwazi How would you describe your voice? To be honest, I’m not exactly sure!! I try to keep a pure tonal quality (so think what you would expect with Indian Classical singing) or find the […]Continue readingMore Tag
Blog: TIC singers work with Vocal Tai Chi Practitioners
Jenni Roditi writes: A wonderful Vocal Tai Chi workshop today (25/10/15) as we were joined by some of our new friends from TIC – The Improvisers’ Choir. Much learning, sharing and openness about the creative life of the voice – from the shy beginner to the seasoned pro – everyone was willing to take new steps. Quite a sense of celebration and care for each other in the air. The […]Continue readingMore Tag
Looking for male vocal improvisers!
The first rehearsal of TIC – The Improvisers’ Choir last Sunday was a meeting of musical minds: our seven improvising vocalists, coming from horizons as varied as jazz, funk, opera, contemporary classical, baroque, Irish folk, Indian classical, latin, gospel, musical theatre and cabaret, got to know each other personally and musically under the gentle steer of Artistic Director Jenni Roditi. As we want to achieve a balance of vocal ranges for […]Continue readingMore Tag
Audition for TIC – The Improvisers Choir
Auditions are now closed for the concert on December 5th. An announcement about future auditions will be made after the review of the current pilot project. Why Audition? The need for auditioning is part of an aspiration to create a unique and scintillating group of experienced performers who will delight audiences through their collective and individual singing and sounding voices. The Mission The mission is to create new templates for […]Continue readingMore Tag