Projects

Shakti Sings We Got All The Love at Glasto

Shakti Sings Glastonbury Festival choir of green guardians sings Helen’s song ‘We Got All The Love’ in the mud at this year’s Glastonbury Festival. The choir, led by friend and colleague Susie Prater, add their unique flavour to this community choir favourite. Listen to it and smile…!

Freedom Flame celebrations in Hull, 8th May 2015

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The Montgomery Freedom Flame project is an initiative in the spirit of international camaraderie and cooperation. Originally lit in Portsmouth in 1948, the torch was carried to France and the Netherlands, both occupied nations during World War II, where it has been kept ever since, to represent justice and liberation. Now the Freedom Flame has been brought back to the UK and is now installed in Princes Quay in Hull. 2015 was the 70th anniversary of the end of the war and was marked in Hull by a series of celebrations in the name of freedom, culminating in a major event on 8th May, the 70th anniversary date.

Helen was commissioned to write a piece of music especially for this event. Her song ‘Freedom Flame’ was sung by the big Hull Freedom Chorus mass choir on 8th May.

Helen with Mike Fuller, Vice Chair of the Freedom Flame Committee and Ray Lord, the last remaining veteran in East Yorkshire.

Helen with Mike Fuller, Vice Chair of the Freedom Flame Committee and Ray Lord, the last remaining veteran in East Yorkshire.

Helen brings One World to Hull and London

Steph-cropped-sAfter the success of the One World show in the South West, Helen has just won funding to present the show in Hull in 2017 to celebrate the city’s City of Culture award. In 2018 & 2019 the show will be presented in London. In both instances Helen will be creating an auditioned choir from the region.
If you want to be part of the One World shows in Hull or London, go to the One World page.

Glorious Chorus – ‘Money’

Watch Glorious Chorus’s amazing video of Helen’s ‘Money Medley’ arrangement. Choreography by Catherine Wilcox (tenor). This song won the choir a place in the finals of Charles Hazlewood’s inaugural Orchestra In A Field choir competition 2012.