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.
One World London
One World London (click to enlarge)
After the success of the One World shows in Hull last autumn as part of the City of Culture celebrations, Helen is now bringing One World to London.
The show is a carefully-crafted woven tapestry of song and spoken word, illuminating the crossroads at which we stand today.
Featuring some of Helen’s best-loved songs including Stronger, Earth Blessing, Unto This Land and Fat Cat, this is an absorbing and moving production.
The London performances will take place in Spring/Summer 2019 and rehearsals have already begun with the London One World Choir. For further information, visit the One World 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
Onwards & upwards for Helen’s Glorious Chorus in 2018
Last summer 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…
Glorious Chorus is now embarking on it’s Spring/Summer 2019 season, preparing a new repertoire of exciting music. This year the choir is collaborating with acclaimed BBC Radio 2-nominated folk duo Ninebarrow for a couple of concerts in June & July. With the summer diary already filling up with other events and festivals, this looks set to be another fabulous year for Glorious Chorus.
If you’re interested in joining or booking the choir please email Helen.
Helen had a wonderfully successful Harmony Magic singing holiday last spring on the beautiful island of Paros, Greece. The holiday will run again this Whitsun from Thurs 23rd to Thurs 30th May’19. Early booking is advised as this holiday is proving increasingly popular. Booking information will be available shortly and flagged up on this page. For information about the holiday please visit the Camps/Holidays Page.
Singing in the bar
The hotel on Paros
Helen wins major prize in 2015 UK Songwriting Contest
Helen was announced winner of the gospel/faith prize in this major international songwriting competition with her show-stopping song ‘Saved’. With over 7,000 entries into the competition from around the world, Helen is thrilled with this success. You can find details about the event at uksongwritingcontest.co.uk
Helen was interviewed by BBC Spotlight TV programme about her win and you can see this clip on the Helen’s Story Page.
You can watch the choir performing ‘Saved’ here (right) with Fran Andre on lead vocal. The score for the song can be purchased on the Scores Page and the song is also featured on the Love, Peace & Harmony album on the CDs Page.
Helen will be concentrating on her One World project in London until May ’19. After that she will be teaching in Greece followed by voice camps in the summer. These are listed to the right, on the ‘Upcoming Events’ section. Workshops after that time will be listed on this site and also announced in Helen’s newsletters, which you can subscribe to at the ‘Mailing List’ section at the top right of this page.