Community Choir - Now Sold Out
The Music Hall Community Choir welcomes anyone aged 16+, no previous experience required.
This session of the Community Choir is now sold out, places are allocated on a first come, first served bases.
Rehearsals are fun and relaxed, with plenty of time to meet new people and learn about different types of music. The choir sings a mixed repertoire inspired by the Aberdeen Performing Arts’ programme, from pop to classical with everything in between! Formed in September 2017, the choir have already performed in public on a number of occasions including two concerts in the Lemon Tree, festive carol singing in Aberdeen’s Bon Accord centre and most recently as part of the Music Hall re-opening Stepping In Celebrations where they took to the stage with Travis frontman, Fran Healy’’
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Scottish Youth Theatre & Aberdeen Performing Arts present MAKING SPACE
Offering emerging theatre makers the space and mentorship to create new a brand new performance
Making Space is a residency programme supporting young artists aged 18 – 25 from across art‐forms who want to develop their own theatre piece. The Making Space residency offers time, space and guidance, leading up to a work‐in‐progress presentation as part of Light The Blue Festival in Aberdeen in June.
Who Can Apply?
The residency is open to solo artists or collectives of 2 or 3 aged between 18 – 25, interested in making performance work.
This can be across any genre: in no particular order this could be... devised performance, new writing or re‐imagining existing texts, solo performance, spoken word, physical theatre, dance and visual theatre, contemporary circus [although aerial work is not possible at this time], live art, durational performance... and anything in between.
Any theatre maker can apply – you might identify as a performer, director, poet, playwright, choreographer, designer, devisor, live‐artist, performance artist... or something else.
We are particularly interested in working with young artists of colour, identify as disabled or are from working class backgrounds.
Skills and Experience
You will be:
What Making Space Offers
If accepted into the residency you will be offered the following between April and June 2019:
One‐to‐one mentoring with multifaceted lead artist Lou Brodie with support from an additional experienced specialist where identified
Closing date for applications is Sunday 24th March at 9pm
Applicants invited to interview will be notified by Tuesday 26th March 6pm Interviews and group workshop will take place on Monday 1st April 11.30am‐6pm Residency sessions will run every Friday from 12th April to Friday 7th June
Performances will premiere at the Lemon Tree as part of Light The Blue Festival on Thursday 13th June to a public audience
*You must be available for audition and performance date to be considered*
How to Register
Please apply via Scottish Youth Theatre website by the closing date on Sunday 24th March at 9pm.
You will be notified by email on Tuesday 26th March