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Friday Sessions: London House Cats Choirs Sing-Together

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London House Cats Choir, workshops, poplar union, choir workshops, singing, hobby, December 2021, East London London House Cats Choir, workshops, poplar union, choir workshops, singing, hobby, December 2021, East London

Welcome to Friday Sessions: free live music every Friday night in the cafe! 

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London House Cats Choir is a contemporary choir using House Music at its core. They use 3-part harmonies; Soprano, Alto & Tenor and blend this into a contemporary ‘dance music’ sound.

Participants from a day-long choir workshop will be invited to join them on stage for this special performance, with a couple of Christmas numbers thrown in for good measure! Find out more about the workshop here.

About Kayo Anosike (Musical Director)

Kayo Anosike is the LHCC’s Musical & Project Director and is a professional singer, DJ and vocal coach who has has toe-tapping tracks released on the Universal Music label. Kayo Anosike directed her first choir in The Royal Albert Hall in 2004, for the Darfur Refugees Concert (Refugee Voices). Since then she has never looked back. Kayo is currently the Choir Director of the London House Cats Choir (as seen on BBC Strictly Come Dancing opening showcase 2016). A choir that sings House in a House Music style.

Having started her career touring with international musicals and gospel tours, Kayo went on to sing for the late Pope John Paul II in the Vatican where she also supported renowned artists such as Randy Crawford, Brian Adams and Dionne Warwick. After qualifying at the British Academy of New Music, Kayo became Head of Music at Kensington & Chelsea College and founded their first ever contemporary music department. With her skills in music, coaching and applied psychology, Kayo is proven to create exhilarating vocal experiences for others. Since the start of the pandemic, her choirs have been rehearsing weekly, growing, and delivering regular video performances to help keep audiences uplifted and inspired.

Fri 17 December Doors at 7pm

Free
Age range: All ages welcome

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