Hangout with Voice

Come hangout with us as we talk about art

Hangout with Voice

About this event

Starts: Wednesday 8 April 2020 5:00 PM

Ends: Wednesday 8 April 2020 6:00 PM

Organised by: Voice

We have been racking our brains to come up with a way to try and fight off that lonely, isolating feeling of being in quarantine, while simultaneously scratching that itch to experience new, interesting and engaging art.

Sometimes, the simplest solutions are the best, so we settled on a weekly call where we will share a piece of artwork with the group, and then talk about it! And with the wonders of the internet, you can join in too!

These calls will happen every Wednesday at 17:00 using Google Hangouts Meet. You can join us using the link below, either on a computer or using an Android or iOS device. 

This week, we'll be exploring the Berlin Philharmoniker's Digital Concert Hall

Since concerts halls across the globe have closed their doors in the wake of coronavirus, the Berlin Philharmoniker have made their Digital Concert Hall service free for a month. We will take a tour around the service and see what the internationally renowned orchestra have on offer for users online, from interviews with orchestra members and conductors, to recorded and live-streamed performances.

To join the call, just follow the link below on Wednesday 15th April at 5pm:

meet.google.com/ntr-txuw-tgp

We hope to see you there, and look forward to making this a regular event.

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1 Comments

  • Emrys Green

    On 3 April 2020, 16:47 Emrys Green Voice Team commented:

    See you there!

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