Speakeasy Solo opportunites

Calling ALL SOME VOICERS!

We have 3 vocal solos and 1 rap solo up for grabs for the Seasonal Speakeasy show.

Do I Wanna Know - Arctic Monkeys

Tenor solo lead (Reference for learning: )https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpOSxM0rNPM


Proud Mary - Tina Turner

Duet: 1 x Tenor and 1 x Soprano or Alto. (Parts to learn have been added to your Dropbox)


Galvanise - Chemical Brothers

This is a rap for any voice part. (Parts to learn from have been added to your Dropbox)


HOW TO AUDITION

Please VIDEO yourself performing the solo line from Dropbox (all of it) to whichever song you want to be considered for and send it through to sing@somevoices.co.uk with the Subject Title - SOLO AUDITION.

Deadline - SUNDAY 25TH NOVEMBER

If you can’t perform on all 3 nights it may be possible to split the solos among the different choirs performing. PLEASE LET US KNOW IN YOUR VIDEO OF YOUR AVAILABILITY.


WHAT WE LOOK FOR

The things we consider are experience (with us, and elsewhere), vocal ability, microphone expertise and musicality.

NB: We can only pick a handful of people for these solos. If you’re not successful this time, please know we try to be as fair as possible and always try to create as many opportunities for as many of you as we can.

WHAT TO EXPECT IF SUCCESSFUL

If you’re successful, there will be a rehearsal of your song with the band. Dates are yet to be confirmed but it will likely be the week before the gig. If you’re unable to make the time when it’s booked in, we can work with you to find an alternative. 

Some Voices

SOME VOICES started small in 2010, with seven chorus members meeting up to perform original arrangements of popular classics that range from Bowie to Bjork, from Stevie Wonder to Stevie Nicks, from Folk to Hip Hop, and everything in between - all with a Some Voices twist.

Eight years down the line, more than 800 singers are now part of the exciting ensemble that performs on some of the biggest stages in London. KOKO, The Southbank Centre, Oval Space, The Coronet, The Rivoli Ballroom and The Troxy have all seen the group attract audiences in their thousands