Sing Walk Talk with the Mixed Up Chorus
For nearly three years, the Mixed Up Chorus has been championing the idea that if we sing next to each other we’ll live well next to each other, and the choir has been uniting people from different faiths and backgrounds ever since.
We believe that our message of unity through music deserves to be heard far and wide.
You can help us spread this message.
On Sunday 19 June the Mixed Up Chorus will be joined by people of all faiths and non-religious backgrounds as we take our message of interfaith unity to the streets of London.
The musical tour will be visiting different places of worship as it makes its way through the city, stopping at St Mary’s Church Primrose Hill, the Liberal Jewish Synagogue and Regents Park Mosque.
As well as performing songs from around the globe, the walk will feature an interfaith singing workshop led by musical director Jeremy Haneman and reflections and contributions from special guests.
Your support will enable the Mixed Up Chorus to reach further in its mission to bring people together through music. Funds raised will allow the chorus to continue to grow, recruiting more members, developing new artistic collaborations and reaching ever wider audiences. A music video will extend our message internationally. We will develop and build our unique model for cultural exchange through music, take our work into schools and support new groups around the UK to connect and flourish through music.
Please donate whatever you can and join us on the day, singing together to make a difference.