VOICE YOUR VOICE CHOIR 

Voice Your Voice is a mutli-award winning modern youth choir for singers ages 7 - 18 years led by the principal of the academy, Catherine Victoria. We have lots of fun learning an array of fantastic musical repertoire and in addition to this you will take away with you the knowledge & power of real vocal technique. This is not something you get at your regular choir...at VOICE YOUR VOICE you receive professional vocal training, advancing your technique week by week in an enjoyable and relaxed environment! 

OUR ACHIEVEMENTS

The choir is quickly developing respect from many establishments and since forming in September 2017 they have become multi-award winners, performed live on ITV & SKY SPORTS TV (25 million viewers) as well as at numerous venues and events including Disneyland Paris (alongside Mickey, Minnie, Goofy & professional Disney artists), the 2019 Netball World Cup Opening ceremony at Liverpool's M & S Arena, Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF - Main stage) and many local festivals. The choir received 3000 votes to sing at the National Entertainment Awards in London in December 2019 and shortly after became the SMOOTH FM winner of "Carols On The Cobbles" which led the choir to perform at ITV studios on the famous Coronation Street set!  

Most recently, in September 2020, the choir were crowned winners of the North Regional Entertainment award for Best Choir! 

Voice Your Voice youth choir meet on a Tuesday evening in Formby. At present we have no spaces available to join, however we do have a waiting list and you are advised to join the list as soon as possible if you would like to become part of our choir. JOIN THE WAITING LIST HERE!

Please enjoy our first virtual choir video "Lovely Day" by Bill Withers created during lockdown 2020. 

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Disneyland Paris

Raising Money

Live on ITV

Award Ceremony