Spotlights

Voices Across Time are excited to host a series of one off musical workshops for ages 7-11 and 12-16.

Each workshop will be totally different and use famous pop songs, musical theatre songs and traditional repertoire as well as composing brand new music culminating in creating our very own music video!

It doesn't matter what your previous experience or skills are, these workshops will make sure everyone is welcome and has a unique and fantastic experience!

Sign up to one or as many as you like! You'll be lead by Voices Across Time's talented directors who have studied and performed in an amazing venues around the world from the West End to Royal Opera Houses! As well as being highly skilled performers and teachers they are also experts in creating brand new musical, dance and theatre pieces for both stage and screen.

Leading these workshops are Joe Cummings, Emily Sloan and Georgia Brooks who are all really excited to help every member of the workshop have an amazingly fun time but also improve and learn new skills, build confidence, express themselves and most importantly enjoy interacting and collaborating with other people through music and dance.

- Sign up to as many workshops as you like (each one is totally different!)

- It doesn't matter what your previous experience is, seasoned performer or new enthusiast everyone is welcome!

- Enjoy learning new skills, being creative and collaborating with others!

Workshops are £45 per person

You can also click below to sponsor a place for a child from a local school who would really benefit from attending but would otherwise not be able to afford to attend.

Visit: www.voicesacrosstime.com/shows/spotlights to book

Location: Adderbury Village Institute OX17 3NE

Workshops Run: 10am - 3pm

Dates as follows:

Ages 7-11

- Thursday 30th July

- Thursday 6th August

- Friday 14th August

- Friday 21st August

Ages 12-16

- Friday 31st July

- Friday 7th August

- Thursday 13th August

- Thursday 20th August

*In the event of cancellation due to COVID-19 related issues 100% refund will be issued. Cancellations for any other reasons will be offed a 50% refund up to 14 days prior to the booked workshop.

Spotlights

Upcoming Shows

Sponsor A Child To Attend
31st December, 10.00am

Cast

Meet The Directors

Emily Sloan
Spotlights Leader
Currently based in London, Emily is an enthusiastic teacher and performer. Emily teaches both privately and at Ritz Music Studio London. Emily performs extensively and has sung at Symphony Hall, De Montford Hall, The Sheldonian Theatre, and Oxford Town Hall. Emily is currently studying at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance working towards a masters in Vocal Performance. Emily has taken the parts of  Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, Erste Dame in Die Zauberflöte, Aunt Norris in Mansfield Park, Mathilde in Guilliame Tell, Jenny Diver in The Beggar's Opera, and Frasquita in Carmen . On the concert platform Emily has sung the Solos in Pergolesi's Stabat Mater, Bach's Missa Brevis, Handel's Dixit Dominus, Vivaldi's Gloria, and Haydn's Nelson Mass. Emily has worked with, Orkest de Ereprijs from Holland,  The Thallein Ensemble, St Paul's Cathedral Chorus, and the contemporary choir Via Nova.  Since 2016 Emily has been the Musical Director for the Youth Of Banbury Operatic Society. This includes productions of The Wedding Singer, Rock of Ages schools edition, 42nd Street and is looking forward to their next production, In The Heights. 

Georgia Brooks
Spotlights Leader
After a childhood of singing, dancing and acting, Georgia trained at the London college of music. She placed her talents into working on show teams through holiday parks and resorts. She is best known now for working throughout the Banbury area teaching in small and large groups at schools and with her private music school teaching singing. 

Joe Cummings
Co-Executive Director of Voices Across Time
Joe is a musical director and animateur who works all around the UK. Joe's fascination with the piano began at an early age when, as a hyperactive child with a short attention span, his parents would sit him at the piano as a means of entertaining him. Since then he has graduated from the Royal Welsh College of Music and completed a fellowship at the Royal Academy of Music. Joe works mostly with music for the stage as a musical director and animateur. Joe is Co-Executive Director of Voices Across Time and a performer in ‘Hold the Drama’ who have recently finished their first UK tour performing non-verbal dramas using classical music to tell stories and spark conversation around classical music. Joe also works on projects as a pianist and practitioner with leading arts organisations such as the Wigmore Hall, Royal Shakespeare Company and Royal Opera House.