a cartoon of singers round a christmas tree

Sing for Christmas with EVT Virtual Choir

Wishing all our friends and supporters a peaceful Christmas with this offering from our Virtual Choir and more….

A close up of a holly branch in the snow with just one little red berry hanging from it

Flower of the Month – December

A song for December which celebrates the cheer of winter, the song of the robin and the end of what would have been a tumultuous year for Eliza Flower

The group examines the original score by Eliza Flower

The Flower Project YOUNG SINGERS PROGRAMME (London) January 2024

Applications are now open for our Young Singers Programme in January 2024 thanks to Heritage National Lottery Fund and Conway Hall.. don’t miss out – apply NOW!

close up photo of 2 chrysanthemum flowers - the one of the left is white with a yellow centre and the other is pink with a pink centre

Flower of the Month – November

“Come to thy home, beloved!” was written by the Flower Sisters in 1834 – a beautiful song from a truly great writing partnership…

A photo inside the library. A singer is facing away with arms raised wearing a flowery dress. She is focused on 3 copies of the portrait of Eliza Flower - a lithograph of her head, black and white , above a huge wooden mantelpiece

Flowers of the Seasons Programme

For those of you joining us at Conway Hall on October 27th – this might be useful!

A Huge Boost to our Eliza Flower Project

We are delighted to announce that ELECTRIC VOICE THEATRE has received a huge boost to our Eliza Flower Project from the Heritage National Lottery Fund

a drawing of a line of trees at different stages in the seasons

The Flower Composers

We are delighted to announce that ELECTRIC VOICE THEATRE is commissioning a new set of “Songs of the Seasons” inspired by the music of Eliza Flower (1803-1846)

Margaret is smiling at us from under a tree, beside her you can see a field with a copse behind an rainbow overhead

Flower of the Month – October

Is this really a song about autumn or a more personal message to the friends who deserted the Flower sisters in 1834 in the wake of a scandal?……

4 white flowers with broad open petals and a yellow stamen on a mossy bank of autumn colours

Flower of the Month – September

Yes it’s true I’m afraid “Summer has departed” but thankfully we have this “gorgeous Autumn” song from Eliza Flower and poet Mary Howitt

A field of gladiolus with a white one in focus

Flower of the Month – August

The words of this song, “The Harvests of Time” are by Harriet Martineau (1802-1876) who formed a powerful protest song writing partnership with Eliza Flower….