About Community Spirit Workshop with Sara Colman & Cecelia Wickham-Anderson

After a year of online workshops, community singers are invited to come together at Symphony Hall for the first in person workshop of the year.

Community Spirit is a project run by the music charity responsible for Town Hall and Symphony Hall in partnership with Associate Artists, Black Voices. The project offers local community choirs the opportunity to share repertoire and perform as a collective in a large-scale concert in Symphony Hall.

Join Themba Mvula & Cecelia Wickham-Anderson in the brand-new spaces at Symphony Hall to sing together once in person once again.

Themba Mvula is an operatic baritone based in the UK. In addition to performing Themba has enjoyed working on a range of education and community projects with organisations including ENO Baylis, WNO and Birmingham Opera Company as part of his commitment to opera outreach.

Cecelia Wickham-Anderson was destined to be in Black Voices. Her astonishing bass range contributes to the unique Black Voices sound. Cecelia leads workshops on behalf of Black Voices, Music For Change, and Music In Detention works with community choirs across the UK and directs 3 Gospel Choirs in the London area.

Booking Info

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There is no per ticket commission on tickets under £13.

Wheelchair Users and Disabled Patrons

If you require a wheelchair position (subject to availability) please call the Box Office on 0121 289 6343.

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Getting here

  • Symphony Hall
    Broad Street
    Birmingham
    B1 2EA
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