Rise Up Singing Voice Camp
Rise Up Singing has been cancelled for this year because of the difficulties posed by the coronavirus pandemic. We will be back next year!
Those who have already booked a place can choose to carry their deposit over to next year or receive a full refund.
Provisional dates for 2021 are July 29th to August 7th
with Gavin Frank, Rob Carney, Fran Andre, Jamie Dawes, Ruth Jenni, Graham Burgess, Nick Price, Felicity Hollow, Tallulah Rendall, Daverick Leggett & friends
Rise Up Singing is a Voice Camp based on Dartmoor, Devon dedicated to the joy of singing. Whether you think you have the voice of a frog with a sore throat or an angel in ecstasy, you are welcome. Singers of all abilities, from confident performers to tentative folk taking their first steps, come to Rise Up Singing.
There are several daily workshops ranging from community choir to small groups, from gospel to sacred chant, from Taize to jazz, from blues to spontaneous improvisation, from performance to songwriting. Children are very welcome and have wonderful opportunities for creative play, music making and wildness.
Everyone shares in the day to day running of the camp encouraging a sense of belonging and ownership. You can be assured of a warm welcome and the experience of a true community of the heart.
Youth (18 to 23): £240
Child (3 to 17): £160
Under 3’s are free
Your ticket price is fully inclusive and includes all food
Please note that all deposits are non-refundable except in the event of cancellation due to coronavirus
“The camp changed my life and the way I view the world entirely. I feel so lucky to have found it!” Hannah, London
“We LOVE LOVE LOVE the singing camp …The singing camp is a highlight of our year – it’s so well held and such a nourishing annual event for our family!” Katy, Devon
“I was overwhelmed by people’s love and generosity….. it rekindled my belief in all the best things about community, human beings and our creativity.” Lucie, Devon
“Such an unforgettable, life changing experience.” Liam, Frome
“Camp makes me feel tall. It is the garden in which I learn and grow.” Aliza, Cornwall