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Dulwich Festival Choir Night

The science of singing

  • Performances
  • Friday 15 May, 7:00pm
  • £5.50 to £8.00

Studies show that singing in choirs helps release neurochemicals that aid pain relief, as well as breaking down social barriers and calming the mind. Observe, as we put these claims to the test in a new venue for this event, now entering its second decade at the Dulwich Festival. Three London choirs in a controlled performance in the auditorium at Dulwich college’s science Laboratory.

The evening is hosted by local amateur performance choir Tongue & Groove who bring a theatrical approach to pop songs as well as some, soon to be classic, contemporary musical theatre pieces
www.tongueandgroove.london

Vocallective, are a friendly, non-audition choir approaching its tenth anniversary. They are very proud that their eclectic repertoire is as diverse as their membership.
www.vocallective.london

The Wrablers complete our line-up. Born from a spelling mistake they are a mixed voice a cappella ensemble. Many of them have been singing together for nearly fifteen years in other formations, but they have been singing as Wrablers since 2011.
www.wrablers.co.uk

The George Farha Auditorium, The Laboratory, Dulwich College, Dulwich Common, Dulwich, London, SE21 7LD
Book Tickets
  • Ticket: £8.00 Concession: £5.50
  • Performances
  • May 15th 2020 7:00pm; Auditorium Doors Open 7:40pm; Show 8pm
  • The George Farha Auditorium, The Laboratory, Dulwich College, Dulwich Common, Dulwich, London, SE21 7LD

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