Thrown by the changes in their voices, boys entering their teenage years are often reluctant to sing. Cambiata means emerging voice and this project is all about showing young men the potential of their voices at this point in their lives.
Led by singing expert Angela Renshaw, the project will establish local singing ‘hubs’ in Penryn, Callington, St Ives, Newquay and Bodmin. In 2012-2013 young men from the age of 13 to 25 can gather to sing and perform, supported by local and national expert singing leaders. The project is breaking new ground by involving composers and arrangers to create a bespoke repertoire for the cambiata voice.
The project has many national links and the first performance of the Cambiata Choir was in April when they sang with the Cornwall Boys Choir at the Royal Albert Hall, London. The occasion was hosted by the National Youth Choir of Great Britain. 1500 young people from across the country were involved but the Cornish choir was the sole choir to perform on their own.
See the performance on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17mE4MrJTNA
For more info:www.cambiata.org.uk