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Tim Wayne Wright Workshop – A Cappella

A Cappella Workshop

6 – 8 July 2022  |  3-day workshop  |  $285 / $250 concession*

Tim Wayne-Wright

Learn from a former King’s Singer – includes performance as part of headline concert

 

TICKETS & REGISTRATIONS OPEN NOW

 

Under the expert tuition of former King’s Singer, Tim Wayne-Wright, you will examine and learn what it truly means to be an ensemble singer. Tim will cover the main issues and hurdles that every choir faces – from vowel matching to using vocal colours, all of the key elements of good ensemble singing will be explained and explored. Enjoy perfecting your a cappella singing skills as you craft a range of repertoire, from the Renaissance era right through to contemporary music.

Both individuals and choirs are welcome to take part in this fascinating journey through the glorious world of a cappella singing! This will be a special course that will take your ensemble singing skills to a new level.

Tim Wayne-Wright

Tim Wayne-Wright has toured the world, sharing the stage with Grammy-winning a cappella vocal ensemble, The King’s Singers for 10 years. He has sung over 1500 concerts in some of the world’s greatest venues and taught over 500 masterclasses and workshops, imparting chamber music skills and techniques to choirs and instrumentalists across the globe. Since leaving The King’s Singers in 2018, he continues to thrive as part of the choral scene internationally.

Tim is the Artistic Director of CHORALSPACE’s Berlin Winter and Summer Festivals in 2021 – 2023. He is a choral adjudicator, vocal ensemble consultant and, also manages an exciting roster of young artists in both UK and Canada. In March 2021, he emigrated to New Zealand with his wife and children and we are delighted to welcome him to Hobart for the first time.

Singing together is a wonderful experience. The sense of camaraderie brings joy to so many, and I’m thrilled for the opportunity to be leading choral workshops in Hobart next year, in collaboration with the remarkable Festival of Voices. At this unique event, I’ll be coaching participants in a variety of repertoire, giving them the tools to become more accomplished a cappella vocal ensemble singers. Looking forward to seeing you there!  – Tim Wayne-Wright  

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VENUE: HOTEL GRAND CHANCELLOR BALL ROOM & FEDERATION CONCERT HALL 

WORKSHOP FEES: 

This fee will cover the cost of your music and learning files, festival accreditation, light refreshments, opportunities to network with like-minded choristers and specially negotiated accommodation rates. This is a unique opportunity to work with a cappella world expert and former member of the UK’s Grammy award-winning King’s Singers. 

*A Booking Fee of $2.00 applies, plus a 2.2% Basket Fee which will be calculated at check-out.

WORKSHOP SUITABILITY:

Reading music is not essential to your experience at this workshop. Sound files will be provided to compliment your learning.  For singers who have had experience in choral singing but have not done a lot of a cappella, this will be a lovely introduction to the nuances of a cappella singing.

FACE MASKS in 2022:

Festival of Voices will continue to monitor the use of face masks and will seek advice from the Tasmanian Department of Health with updates provided to our participants and ticket holders.

Accessibility Information

Hotel Grand Chancellor – Ballroom

Getting to the venue 

  • The Hotel Grand Chancellor Ballroom is on Level 1 at Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, 1 Davey Street, Hobart TAS 7000 
  • A drop off zone is located at the front of Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, accessible from the far-right lane of Davey Street, just after Evans Street. 
  • 2 accessible parking spaces are available at the front of Hotel Grand Chancellor, accessible by using the same entry as the drop-off zone. More accessible parking can be found along Davey Street by turning into Dunn Place Carpark, on the right past Campbell Street, or turning into the Mures carpark, on the left past Campbell Street. 
  • Please follow this link for a virtual tour of the Grand Chancellor Ballroom Auditorium. 

 

Guide Dogs and service animals are welcome in all FOV event venues. 

 

 

Guide Dogs and service animal facilities: 

  • Water bowls will be available at this venue for Guide Dogs and service animals upon request. 

 

 

Wheelchair Accessibility: 

  • For wheelchair bookings please contact the festival with specifications and dimensions of the wheelchair and any additional user requirements. 
  • The Grand Ballroom on Level 1 is accessible for wheelchair users via the lift at reception. 
  • Accessible bathrooms are available at this venue. 

COVID – 19 Information

Feeling unwell?
Please do not attend this event if you are feeling unwell. It is in the interest of all to stay at home if you have any flu or COVID-19 symptoms. Please review our COVID-19 Ticketing Terms and Conditions here if you are unable to attend for this reason. 

Face masks:
While face masks are not mandatory at any FOV events, you are more than welcome to choose to wear one. Free medical face masks will be available at this event venue entrance upon request. 

Physical Distancing:
This event is in a non-fixed seated venue. Seating will be positioned with sufficient space between participants. Please me mindful of physically distancing from others when moving through the foyer at the beginning and end of this event. 

Hand hygiene:
Sanitiser will be provided at this venue. Please use thoughtfully.