The Story Behind Recording We Are The Voice
On Sunday, March 3rd,We Are the Voice brought together children from several local Surrey schools at Hook Road Studios, Kington. Originally written for the World Summit on Sustainable Development (The Earth Summit) in Johannesburg 2002, the song, We Are The Voice, was performed at the opening of the Civil Societies ceremony.
Many people have donated their time, skills and expertise for making this project a reality.
Sponsored by donations to JustGiving and Elmbridge Arts Council
Special Thanks go to:
Alison Trott for all her brilliance and help with media
Alison Stevenson: for admin support
Teresa Simmonds of Madcat Designs for creating our gorgeous logo and song artwork
Emily Boulting at Riverhouse Barn for our charitable partnership
Aleisha Shimizu: teaching, conducting and co-producing We Are the Voice
The teachers from the various participating schools who gave out-of-school hours to teach the song: Melanie Edwards from Stagecoach Hinchley Wood; Lorraine Donnaghy from Mini Molesey Theatre Club; Sally Cary from St Lawrence C of E Junior school; Liz Searle from St Lawrence C of E Junior school; Miss O’ Neil from Esher High, Nicola Hill from Weston Green
Richard Searle for remixing and mastering
Our videomakers, Kim Sobotie and Max Schopp for our brilliant videos
and Paul Kateley for additional filming