MAW: Vocal Improv Group

A new interdisciplinary vocal group playing with the possibilities of the voice using hand conduction, silent film, graphic scores, dance, spoken word and free improvising!

MAW: Vocal Improv Group

About MAW: Vocal Improv Group

A choir for people who sing and people who don't sing - having fun making strange, new, unusual noises with your voice is the key!

2 hour workshops with a wee tea break, open to drop-ins and new creative ideas! Please book your place in advance, if possible, or else just turn up! Limited spaces available.

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