Singers sought for performance of new song to mark end of Lincoln art project Mistaken Presence
To mark the end of Lincoln-based art project Mistaken Presence's final exhibition, A' Denouement, artist Emma Smith is inviting as many singers as possible to join her in a performance of singing a new song written for the city's Greyfriars building.
Written by Smith with the support of local musicians, linguists and the Lincoln Choral Society, A Greaât Stitheram is inspired by the history of voice at Greyfriars and its associated history to local Lincolnshire song.
If you are part of a choir or just enjoy singing, you are invited to a rehearsal on Thursday, February 7 at 7.30pm, and a second rehearsal and the final singing on Saturday, February 9 at 2.30pm-4pm, which will be open to the public.
Anyone interested should contact email@example.com or simply turn up on the day for rehearsal.
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Rehearsals and the final performance will take place at the Greyfriars building, which can be found between Lincoln Central Library and St. Swithins church on Broadgate.