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Would you like participate in a spoken art performance?

last modified Feb 16, 2016 12:44 PM

The project is called 'Twitter Chorus' and it is an art piece by Tamsyn Challenger, singing experience is not required as it is a spoken piece, but it will be performed to an audience.

It was performed last November at Murray Edwards, see the event on Cambridge TV

We're very excited at the prospect of concluding the WOW 2016 closing ceremony with a performance of the Twitter Chorus and we are looking for choir members to make it a reality.

We are looking for 15-20 people to be involved and for all those who participate, there is a chance to be involved in a much larger Twitter Chorus on Saturday 19th March in The Clore Ballroom, Southbank Centre.

Friday 4th March - participants would be required to attend a Meet & Greet session from 2 -5pm in J3 at the Junction, to talk through the project with Tamsyn.

Saturday 5th - the WOW Twitter Chorus will be joined by Matthew Ker - MaJiKer (who is flying in from Paris for the project) to act as the choir leader for a day of rehearsal before performance that evening.

It would be really great to get a number of people involved not only from the from different areas of the University, but some of those associated with it. If people are interested, they can get in touch with Rebecca Green -


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