The Voice Project


Friday 25 May, 12pm - 12am

This is a past event which has now ended.

Sounds on the hour, every hour.

Beginning with a solo singer at midday, building to a full choir by 9pm and fading back to a single voice at midnight, Timepiece will explore our relationship with time – how it affects and influences us, how we speed it up and slow it down and how music helps us to change our perceptions of it.

This new durational choral piece from the acclaimed Voice Project is specially created and directed by Sian Croose and Jonathan Baker.

Important information

Event Schedule

12pm – North Cloister
Lisa Cassidy & The Voice Project Quintet

1pm – North East Cloister Steps
Chris Dowding (trumpet) & The Voice Project Quintet

2pm – North West Cloister Steps
Jeremy Avis & Jonathan Baker

3pm – South West Cloister Steps
Lisa Cassidy, Sian Croose & Sharon Durant

4pm – North East Cloister Steps
The Voice Project Quintet

5pm – West Cloister
The Male Boys Choir

6pm – Corner North West Cloister
Big Sky

7pm – North Cloister

8pm – West Cloister North West steps
The Voice Project Choir

9pm – Meet in Cloister Car Park
The Voice Project Choir with The Voice Project Quintet, Chris Dowding, trumpet; Derek Scurll, percussion
Please note this is a ticketed event

10pm – South Cloister
The Voice Project Choir

11pm – North East Cloister steps
The Voice Project Quintet

12am – North Cloister
The Voice Project Quintet



Tickets: FREE performances on the hour from Midday to 8pm, at 11pm and midnight. Tickets for the performance from 9pm – 10pm are now returns only.

Concessions: D/deaf or disabled, Full-time students, Go 4Less cardholders, Jobseekers, Over 60s, Under 18s 10% off tickets within certain price bands

Under 26: £7.50

Group rate: Book nine tickets and get the tenth ticket free

Essential companions: Any audience member requiring an essential carer/companion can get one free ticket. Relevant discounts or concessions still apply to the paid ticket.

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25 May

12:00 pm

The Voice Project logo.

The Free Outdoor Programme is supported by The Paul Bassham Charitable Trust and The Geoffrey Watling Charity.

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