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Come & Sing: community and office choir special - with Pete Mitchell

  • St Sepulchre-without-Newgate Holborn Viaduct London, EC1A 2DQ United Kingdom (map)
Building on our repertoire of Come & Sing events, this very special workshop day is designed with community choirs and workplace choirs in mind, led by the uniquely inspiring Peter Mitchell.

Peter Mitchell is the Associate Music Director of the Armonico Consort. He is the current music director for Lewisham Hospital Choir, QC Singers and Adam Street Singers and is the assistant musical director for CITI choir. He is the Head of Voice at the EDSA Academy and gives vocal  workshops all over the UK.

Education workshop partners include Ex Cathedra, Royal Opera House and the Armonico Consort. He has also written and delivered musicals for SEN schools all over the country.

He has worked on the last two series of The Choir (BBC2) with Gareth Malone (Sing While You Work) and has performed and arranged for The One Show (BBC 1) and BBC Proms (2014). He helped prepare choirs for the recent Susan Boyle and Gareth Malone tours and has just finished working on the official single for Children in Need 2014!

  • 10:45 Doors open, registration
  • 11:00 Workshops begin
  • 17:30 Performance

The layout of the day depends slightly on the number and variety of attendees, but there will be breaks throughout the day, and an opportunity to perform some of the items learned during the day at the 5.30pm performance.

Work on the day will also be governed by the general level of experience of attendees, but we know that it will be a lot of fun, and that pieces will all be learned by ear, covering a complete range of Jazz, Pop, Gospel, show-tunes and more.

Directed by Peter Mitchell

Dress code for participants is 'smart casual'.

Tickets £9 for participants, £5 for audience Available directly from Brandenburg - please click here.
When you purchase performer tickets please select the correct voice part for each participant.

Please note: Each performer ticket also includes entry to the 8pm concert, when The Harry Ensemble will present music and readings to celebrate the launch of their new CD, Remember...


Earlier Event: February 17
Fauré Requiem
Later Event: February 21