Stay At Home Choir is a global community of singers using online and digital technology to come together and make music. Our members have the opportunity to learn exciting new music and classics from the choral repertoire, and to gain insights into the works from composers, conductors and artists at the forefront of choral music.
Our members are proud to take part in a varied and inspiring range of choral projects including album and video recordings and digital access to live events. Our learning sessions are fun and inclusive, supporting members to improve their technical and performance skills whatever their previous experience.
Formed in March 2020 in the heart of lockdown, Stay At Home Choir continues to provide ways for over 29,000 members around the world to meet, sing, learn, and share high-quality musical experiences in the comfort of their own homes.
Stay At Home Choir is led by Tori Longdon and Jamie Wright, and is the recipient of the first Royal Philharmonic Society Inspiration Award.
The Vivaldi is extraordinary – and by far the best of these projects I’ve heard!
Griselda Sherlaw-Johnson - Oxford University Press
Tori Longdon is a conductor, adjudicator and presenter based in London.
She is the conductor of the Covent Garden Chorus and works closely with other music organisations around the country including the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, and Ex Cathedra.
She is in demand as a workshop leader and judge, most recently judging choir competitions on BBC1 and BBC2, and also presenting music related shows for BBC Three Counties Radio
Visit Tori’s website
Jamie is a singer, conductor and music educator based in London, and is Baritone and Vocal percussionist for the Grammy award winning vocal group The Swingles.
He has worked in television, performed at the BBC proms, and was the bass soloist in All the Angel’s at Shakespeare’s Globe.
Jamie also works closely with the National and London Youth Choirs, and Welsh National Opera as a conductor and workshop leader, as well as being a chorister of the Chapel Royal, Tower of London.
Visit Jamie’s website
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