Urban Vocals is a half day workshop, suitable for any KS2 KS3, KS4 or KS5 class or large group students in primary, secondary, additional needs and APS.
What will you get out of the programme?

The programme is adapted to each class accordingly and workshop activities include:

  • Vocal warm ups and performing in unison
  • How and when to use rhythm, repetition and rhyme
  • Creating individual melodies and beats in an ensemble
  • Developing song structure and arrangement
  • Understanding the variation of sounds, using the voice as an instrument
  • Using polyrhythmic patterns to texturise compositions
  • Building vocabulary and literary techniques to achieve particular effects
  • Giving a platform for improvisation
How to book
  • icon-tickets £150

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Beatboxing involves creating unique effects and musical sounds using the voice, and can be used to imitate or recreate instruments or pieces of music. It was originally used as an accompaniment to rapping but is now an art form in its own right. When combined with vocals from diverse genres such as Rap, Hip Hop and R’n’B, beatboxing is a powerful form of expression and in large groups can be likened to a modern choir.

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