Line Up! from the One World show at Conway Hall, London, May 2019.
Line-Up! is the finale song in the One World show – the song is a ‘call to action’ for us to unite in the name of peace, freedom & justice. In London the New YVC youth choir joined the London One World Choir for this song, adding their unique flavour and body beats! Further information about this show and more video footage is available on the One World Page.
After the success of One World London, Helen is bringing the show to Devon next summer (2020), the music being performed by Glorious Chorus & new spoken word contributions – if you’re interested in being part of this project contact Helen.
The London One World Choir has enjoyed singing the music from the show so much they have decided to continue! Helen will be directing rehearsals in London once a month, so contact Helen if you’d like to join. The choir will be singing songs with the same themes of One World, including peace, social justice & respect for the natural world. Information about this choir can be found on the Choirs Page.
“One of the most moving musical events I have ever experienced” Anne Ridgely, Amnesty International
“A stand-out event in a stand-out year for City of Culture!” Phil White, BBC Radio Humberside
All of Helen’s best-loved choir songs are now available to download on the CD and Downloads Page. So just choose your favourite tunes and download in seconds, for just 79p each! There is a sample of every song to listen to. Her albums are all downloadable as well. Click here to go straight to the page.
Onwards & upwards for Helen’s Glorious Chorus in 2019
This summer the choir collaborated with acclaimed BBC Radio 2-nominated folk duo Ninebarrow for a couple of concerts in June & July. And at the end of the season Helen and her choir were invited to perform with internationally acclaimed Australian male voice choir, the Spooky Men’s Chorale. All information about the choir and how to join can be found at www.gloriouschorus.co.uk.
This coming autumn/Christmas season Glorious Chorus already has a packed diary including a joint concert with Chaps Choir from London.
In summer ’17 Glorious Chorus was delighted to be selected for the prestigious Voices Now festival at The Roundhouse in London, which featured some of Helen’s music sung by all the choirs. Watch the highlights of the trip in this video below…
Harmony Magic Holiday in Greece – bookings now open for 2020!
The dates for Helen’s Harmony Magic holiday on the Greek island of Paros next year are Fri 22nd – Fri 29th May. Bookings are now being taken! All the information you need about this holiday can be found on the Camps/Holidays Page.
Helen is running singing workshops in London and Manchester this autumn 2019. See links at the right hand side of this page in ‘Upcoming Events’ – ticketing will be available soon for both these workshops.
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Here are some of the beautiful ways in which one of Helen’s best-loved songs has been sung over the years. The song lends itself to infinite interpretation, making it super-flexible…! If you have a video of your group singing this uplifting song, contact Helen and we’ll add yours to the list!
Use the arrows to scroll through videos of all the versions so far. Remember to mute the home page Audio Player (right) before playing these videos.
Glorious Chorus spreading the love at Widecombe Fair, Devon, 2018
Helen’s Thula Mamas singing with their babies on International Peace Day 2017.
Helen, Denise Dobson and their London choirs at the Stop Trump rally, 13th July 2018. The lyrics of We Got All The Love were quoted on the podium of the anti-fascist rally the following day.
Claire Inglehearts’ Suitcase Singers, 2015 (we like this one as Claire’s cleverly switched round the harmonies!)
Lili John from Glorious Chorus, in Uganda as part of the fundraising Netball Development Trust, Aug’18. ‘Posho’ is a much-loved Ugandan dish!
We Got All The Love with the children of Mukono, Uganda, taught by the amazing Lili John.
Shakti Sings choir at Glastonbury Festival 2014
Revellers ‘flashmob’ at Hannah Williams & Mikey Carlyon’s wedding.