“Voices for the Future” is seeking to discover, honour, and promote female voices past and present and to inspire, guide and build diverse VOICES FOR THE FUTURE.
Join us in celebrating women whose work, past and present, is deeply imbedded in our lives, even if we sometimes don’t realise it, and who are giving us hope for the future of our planet.
We have an ongoing range of diverse EVENTS and ACTIVITIES online featuring music by women composers from the UK past & present.
DETAILS OF PUBLIC EVENTS FROM JAN 2022 – APRIL 2022 COMING SOON
ACTIVITIES YOU CAN SIGN UP FOR NOW!!!
- Voices for the Future Virtual Choir – Next Project FLEAS & FLOWERS, FIGURES & FOLKSONGS: Jan 25th – March 15th 2022 – Join any time!
- Join the Voices for the Future – Young Singers Programme – training in vocal ensemble techniques through the music of Women Composers Stage 1 Feb 7th – March 8th & Stage 2 March 21st – April 12th. APPLICATIONS OPEN JAN 17TH & CLOSE Feb 4TH.
- ZOOM talks and Q&A with Frances Monday 24th January 7pm, Sunday 30th January 4pm and Wed 2nd February 6.30pm. Learn more about the Voices for the Future – Young Singers Programme course and have your questions answered, click your choice of date to register to attend, or contact us to arrange for Frances to ZOOM in to your group or class for a chat.
- Take part in our Primary School Projects in Cumbria, Devon, Wiltshire, Bucks & Oxfordshire – CONTACT US FOR DETAILS
We gave 6 ZOOM Performances in 2021 celebrating Women in Music & Science:
Sept 11th – Yorkshire Fossil Festival Mary Anning (1799-1847) Palaeontologist
Oct 2nd – UK Fungus Day Beatrix Potter (1866-1943) Mycologist and Author
Oct 17th – Sidmouth Science Festival – Mary Anning
Nov 10th – Beatrix Potter Fungi Song Competition Finale
Nov 18th – Marine Biological Association Isabella Gordon ( 1901-1988)
Dec 7th – St Columba’s Women -Sacred music by women composers
Our first live performance since 2019 was on September 3rd 2021
for Stroud Green Festival
celebrating music by women composers
ETHEL SMYTH (1858-1944), ELIZA FLOWER (1803–1846),
MARY MAXWELL CAMPBELL (1812-1886), IMOGEN HOLST,
NICOLA LEFANU and FRANCES M LYNCH