ALL CHOIR is predominantly a singing group, with a goal and ambition to use the commonality of music as a starting point for discussions, social gatherings and occasional live performances.
Saturday 29 April 2017 | 8pm
The Atrium, TBG+S (Entrance through the side door, Fownes St. Lower)
Free event, booking essential. Click here to book your free ticket.
Tuesday 11 + 18 April 2017 | 7-9pm
The Lantern Centre, 15 Synge Street, Dublin 8
ALL CHOIR is predominantly a singing group, with a goal and ambition to use the commonality of music as a starting point for discussions, social gatherings and occasional live performances. ALL CHOIR is inclusive of class, ethnicity or musical knowledge and is open for singers of all levels of abilities to join. There will be two meetings/rehearsals at The Lantern Centre on Tuesday 11 and Tuesday 18 April from 7-9pm, culminating with a performance in the Atrium of TBG+S on Saturday 29 April at 8pm.
If you would like to join ALL CHOIR, or if you have any queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Buckeridge’s work primarily focuses on composition, performance, drawing and is heavily influenced by his background in music, with a history of producing, publishing and disseminating projects as sonic outputs such as EP ‘Ground Yourself’ (2012), Live installation ‘I could use this knife but I won’t’ (2013) and ‘Instructions for electronic station’ (2014). His Zine series titled ‘How to write a pop song’ charts a fictionalised chronology of music from 1950’s to modern day. The work ALL CHOIR is predominantly a singing group formed by the artist in May of 2016 for FLEXIBILISM at Catalyst Arts.
ALL CHOIR takes place as part of TBG+S’ Studio 6 Open programme and is curated by Roisin Bohan with support from Dublin City Council.