NTU Big Sing: Come and Sing Workshop Day
Join the NTU Choir for this fantastic Come and Sing style event. During this one-day workshop you'll learn Karl Jenkins' magnificent The Armed Man. You'll then have the opportunity to perform in the NTU Big Sing at Nottingham's Albert Hall, accompanied by our professional Orchestra in Residence, English Pro Musica.
- From: Sunday 13 May 2018, 9.30 am
- To: Sunday 13 May 2018, 5 pm
- Location: NTU Music Centre, Ensemble Room, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 5LT
- Cost: £5 (students), £10 (non-students)
Join the Nottingham Trent Choir and perform as part of our spectacular NTU Big Sing!
This Come and Sing style event consists of a one-day workshop on Sunday 13 May, and a rehearsal and concert on Saturday 19 May.
You'll spend the workshop day learning Karl Jenkins' The Armed Man, along with the NTU Choir and our accompanist.
9.30 am - registration opens
10 am - 5 pm rehearsal (with breaks)
On the concert day there will be a rehearsal with English Pro Musica, NTU's professional Orchestra in Residence, followed by a performance at Nottingham's Albert Hall.The evening's programme will also feature the exceptionally talented Isata Kanneh-Mason who will be playing Rachmaninoff's Piano Concert No.2.
3 - 6 pm - rehearsal at the Albert Hall, Nottingham
7.30 pm - performance
How do I join the NTU Big Sing?
To take part in the NTU Big Sing simply register on our website. The cost per singer is just £5 for students and £10 for non-students.
Once you've registered we'll send you full information about the Workshop day and Concert.
Who can take part in this event?
This opportunity is open to all singers aged 16+, regardless of experience or level. The ability to read music is useful, but isn't essential.
Find out more
If you would like any more information please email the Music Team at email@example.com or contact them via telephone on +44 (0)115 848 4570.
Situated on the University’s City Campus, the NTU Music Centre is a short walk from Nottingham city centre. Due to our central location we don’t have visitor parking available, but public transport will bring you almost to our door.
If you’re intending to park in the city centre, the closest (and largest) facilities to our City Campus are:
Visitors traveling on the tram are advised to get off at the Nottingham Trent University stop on Goldsmith Street.
Visit our travel pages for campus maps and detailed information on how to get here.