Stay At Home Choir Release Schedule 

Read on carefully for everything you need to know about our releases; as we receive information we will upload it to the relevant window below!

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December 2020

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Global Ode To Joy at Carnegie Hall!

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We’re delighted to announce that we’ll be premiering our video of Ode To Joy in the HEADLINE SLOT of the Carnegie Hall’s Beethoven Webcast!

  • This broadcast is happening in the evening New York time, so it will be in the middle of the night for Europeans, however you can click on this link at any time after the broadcast to watch the show.
  • We will be uploading our full release of this video to our YouTube on Beethoven’s Birthday – 16th December!

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2021 Project Announcement

3rd December

In 2021 – Take Flight… Today we will be announcing a new composer and a new project for early 2021. Keep your eyes peeled!

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Hark The Herald - RPO Concert Viewing Link Released

10th December

The RPO starts to broadcast their Christmas Concert (in which we’re singing Hark The Herald) from the 10th December. They’ll send all singers a link to view our segment. This is a private video with a viewing limit so that those involved in the project can see their hard work, whilst ensuring that it doesn’t get shared widely, so please don’t share this on social media.

We are also making our own version of Hark The Herald which will be released publicly on Christmas Eve!

In the RPO’s version of Hark The Herald the second verse will be sung by VOCES8. In our public release on Christmas Eve, the Stay At Home Choir will be singing all three verses.

If you’ve bought a ticket for the RPO Christmas Concert you will be able to view the whole concert from this date for the full twelve days.

If you haven’t bought a ticket for the RPO Christmas Concert you can still view Hark The Herald using the Members Only Viewing Link. Check your e-mails for the viewing link.

If you can’t find the e-mail, drop us a line at [email protected].

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Global Ode To Joy video launch

15th December

The day before Beethoven’s birthday (16th December) we’ll be releasing our Global Ode To Joy video with the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra on our YouTube. This is the same video as you saw at Carnegie Hall and is part of the campaign with YouTube and Google Arts And Culture. The next day, (16th December) Google Arts and Culture will be releasing a  DIFFERENT version of the video which will feature our footage from the Stay At Home Choir in a different way, plus a joyful video posted to YouTube in by one lucky Stay At Home Choir Member!

This video will premiere at 18:30 GMT

 

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Beethoven’s Birthday - Release of GOTJ video
16th December

This is the big launch we’ve all been waiting for! Google Arts and Culture and YouTube will release the finale video for the Global Ode To Joy, as part of their massive online celebration of Beethoven’s birthday.

We don’t know the exact time this will go live, but once it’s available you will be able to access it by clicking the link below:

 

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Star Carol Premiere
18th December

Our edit team have been working hard behind the scenes to layer your thousands of voices over the magnificant orchestral audio from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

This video will be released at 18:00 GMT on the 18th December, and the link below will go live at the scheduled release time!
 

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Hark The Herald public release

24th December

To ‘herald’ in the Christmas season we will be releasing our own version of Hark The Herald, with magnificent organ accompaniment and featuring the Stay At Home Choir singing all three verses. This video will maximise the screen time of every member so you’re sure to find yourself, and will end our Christmas release schedule with a bang!

CLICK HERE TO WATCH

2021

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Caledonia - End of January

We had an enormous number of submissions for Caledonia, and the choir splits into EIGHT parts, so it’s taking a while to put together and we’re anticipating a release by the end of January 2021.

Our solo competition winners will be announced in the run-up to the premiere, and rest assured we will be in touch as soon as we have news about when we’ll be releasing it to the world!