Collective choir composition

Sigrún Sævarsdóttir-Griffiths – IS

Collective Choir Composition:
What happens to the dynamic within your choir if you were to ask them to collectively compose a piece of music?  Can that even be done?  Is there any magic involved or can that be achieved with a regular choir and facilitated by a regular conductor….without a ‘magic’ wand?
Sigrun Sævarsdóttir-Griffiths unpacks the process of collective composition, suitable for choirs of all ages, shapes and sizes, through practical processes and a discussion.    Using tools such as improvisation, games, movement and other practical activities, this fun and engaging process will do wonders for internal relationships and bring a new creative dimension to your choir.

About Sigrún Sævarsdóttir-Griffiths:
Sigrún Sævarsdóttir-Griffiths is a musician, educator and music leader, working within higher education as well as specialist artistic and community contexts across the UK, Europe, the US and Asia. Between 2008-2019 Sigrun was Course Leader of the Masters in Leadership Programme at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where she continues to lecture and lead artistic work.  Sigrún is a visiting lecturer at the Iceland Arts Academy and leads creative music projects internationally, in a vast range of community contexts, particularly with vulnerable adults and children. She is founder and artistic director of MetamorPhonics, ( ) a community interest company establishing musical bands in collaboration with higher education institutions, orchestras and homeless charities around the world.