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Liverpool You are invited to participate in Phil Minton’s Feral Choir

Liverpool You are invited to participate in Phil Minton’s Feral Choir ©Martin Morissette 2012

The Interactions Festival 2019 is pleased to announce the dates and venue for Phil Minton’s Feral Choir sessions.


The choir is for all with the courage to take a leap and enjoy expanding the possibilities of their own voice. The choir aims to find pleasure and enjoyment in grasping the freedom to experiment. All - those who consider themselves singers and those who do not - will expand their experiences by pushing the boundaries. The collective exploration of the possibilities of the voice is an experience for all, from the novice to the formally trained.

There will be workshops and a performance led by a vocalist of international stature who has been acclaimed all over the world. As well as pursuing his own career, he has a wealth of experience as a choral director and leading others to find new areas of expression. These sessions offer a rare opportunity to share in this knowledge and insight.

Phil Minton will spend time over two days with the choir engaging them in vocal exploration through exercises and improvisations, heading towards a resultant work to be performed in the closing concert. This Feral Choir Concert will then be presented on the Saturday night as part of the Interactions Festival.

Dates & Times
Friday, 8th November 2019 - Room opens 6.30, workshop 7.00 pm - 10.00 pm, with breaks, durattion 3 hours, provisionally booked into the `Great Hall` Cornerstone site, Hope University.
Saturday, 9th November 2019 - Location, Capstone Theatre, doors open 12.30 workshop 1.00 pm - 4.00 pm
Saturday, 9th November 2019 - An evening concert, presented as part of the Interactions Festival, Concerts starts 7.30 pm, there are 3 acts, The Feral choir is on last.

Fees for the two workshops session and concert participation,
£30.00 Early Booking Concession rate (Deadline October 31st)
£40.00 Booking fee after 31.10.2019

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Some of the comments from previous Feral Choir participants are as follows:

  • “You have let the sun enter into my head”
  • “Thank you for the most fantastic experience to let us express ourselves in this way”.
  • “A new heart in my voice”.
  • “You and your work brings happiness (and other great things) to people”
  • “After singing with the feral choir I felt elated and alive. My voice felt bigger afterwards, and I find myself still appreciating how much it can do.”

The Capstone Theatre
Hope University
17 Shaw St, Liverpool L6 1HP

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