We are delighted to announce that Leeds Vocal Movement became a registered charity on 26th February 2018. This is wonderful news for the choir, as it opens up a lot of opportunities for its development. We would like to ensure that these opportunities are clearly outlined for our current members, and for anyone who is interested in the status and … More LVM is a charity – and here’s why
Picture this. I’m 27, and I’ve lived in this city for almost 10 years. I’m settled, with a job, a flat, and a fairly active social life. Then, Something Happens (a life event) which causes me to take a good look at everything I’m doing. And what do I realise? To my abject horror, I … More How to win friends & influence people (choir edition)
About Librarian’s Corner: Leeds Vocal Movement loves to sing music from a wide range of genres, and my aim is to better understand what we are singing. This blog adds some context and analysis to the notes on the page, for the benefit of members and listeners alike! Vuelie – Frode Fjellheim (2015) This entry contains … More Librarian’s Corner: Vuelie
I wasn’t always into choral music – I grew up loving jazz and spent a lot of time listening to Ella Fitzgerald in our family kitchen. I also started composing when I was 12, because I didn’t like practising scales on the piano and I used to turn them into different motifs and write lyrics … More Caitlin Mayall: How I got into choral conducting and what LVM means to me!
We are very excited to announce our two upcoming Christmas concerts this year! 7.30pm, Saturday 16th December, Oxford Place Centre, Leeds Come along to hear our exciting, jazzy Christmas repertoire including Follow That Star, Bethlehem Down, Coventry Carol, Away in a Manger, and some non-Christmas classics like Goodnight Sweetheart, Red Red Rose and many more! … More Christmas concerts
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We are proud to introduce our new Musical Director, Caitlin Mayall. … More Meet our new Musical Director
Come and sing with LVM! … More I want to sing!