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Campus Voices

Campus Voices was created for singers who like to meet for sociable singing. Some may be starting out as singers, and may not already read music. Musicianship training is integrated into the rehearsals to help singers develop their voices, and to learn to read some music notation. Campus Voices is a non-auditioned staff and student choir, meeting weekly for day time rehearsals and the option of giving 4-5 performances throughout the academic year, some of which may fall outside University term. There is no pressure of mandatory weekly attendance, and taking part in performances is entirely your choice.

 

We have Campus Voices groups on both campuses, feel free to come along whenever you can!

Whiteknights: Van Emden Lecture Theatre, Edith Morley Building, Tuesday lunchtime, 1.00-2.00, every week from Tuesday 5 September.

London Road: Building L29, Thursday lunchtime, 1.00-2.00, every week from Thursday 7 September.

 

'I've really enjoyed Campus Voices so far; it's been a great opportunity to take a proper break from work and definitely boosts my morale and sense of community!'

Campus Voices is directed by Katie Whaley, for more information about Katie, please click here.

If you are new to Music at Reading, or would like to come and hear about everything that we do, we would like to invite you to A Night of Music. You will get to meet the Music at Reading team, meet other musicians from around the University and local community, sign up for auditions and more, plus take part in a scratch performance in the Great Hall! For more information, click A Night of Music.

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