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BRITISH CITIZEN AWARD


On Thursday 5th July, Naveen was very honoured to receive a British Citizen Award … Thank you to all those who nominated Nav.

LOOK OUT FOR … MD BRUNCH AUGUST 2ND TO 4TH, 2018

Planning some major training on all things vocal: Leading, Vocal health,Teaching. PLUS sharing material, exchanging ideas and support and all with some of the finest vocal leaders in the country! Email for more information: mail@naveenarles.com

ABOUT LIGC

London International Gospel Choir (LIGC) is an award-winning 100-strong adult ensemble that worked with Deke Sharon (MD to the ‘Pitch Perfect’ films) to appear on BBC 1’s ‘Pitch Battle’

LIGC enables people who enjoy singing to meet others in a social setting whilst developing their music, vocal and performance skills.  London is a fantastic mixing pot of people and we celebrate this diversity in a welcoming fun environment.  The choir is open to all, requires no auditions and sings uplifting material, including Gospel, pop/funk/soul and African traditional

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ABOUT NewYVC

Co-leading the New Young Voice Collective (NewYVC) with Jane Wheeler, Nav works with young talented singers from Newham, based at Stratford Circus Arts Centre, London.

This high-level choir has great relationships with Southbank Centre, Voicelab, and Youth Music, and through its development programme for Young Music Mentors and Young Artists sends out trained senior choir members to lead workshops with 30 schools in Newham, bringing them together for larger cluster rehearsals.  The current 3-year project follows on from a highly successful 2-year project that culminated in July 2017, when 500 youth and three international choirs were brought together to perform in the Royal Festival Hall

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NAV GOES TO PRISON ... ABOUT LIBERTY CHOIRS

The amazing Liberty Choirs go into prisons to enable residents to connect socially with others and feel the potential for them to access the arts. Liberty Choir create a ‘Through the Gate’ programme giving people living out custodial sentences the confidence to rely on the relationships built within the choir to then join the choirs in which the volunteers sing once they have been released. Fifteen offenders are currently singing with choirs since 2015.

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