About the project

You'll recognise Vuelie from the opening of Disney's Frozen - and now you can learn to sing it! Join us over 3 weeks of online rehearsals with Frode Fjellheim, a Sámi composer and musician from Norway, for a unique opportunity to sing a new mixed voice arrangement of this magical piece. You'll also get the chance to learn to yoik - a traditional Sámi style of singing - with Frode Fjellheim himself.


Vuelie has a children's voice part, so we'll also be running a free open session especially for young singers (ages 4+)! Click here for full information and FAQs about the Vuelie children's choir.


Everyone is welcome, regardless of previous singing experience, and we're always open to new members. Don't miss our first project of 2022 - sign up now!


This project starts on Monday 24th January 2022.

What's Included

  1. Project information

  2. Score (sheet music)

  3. Schedule

  4. Learning videos

  5. Rehearsals

  6. Submit your recording

About this course

  • Virtual Choir Video
  • Score Included
  • Weekly Live Rehearsals

Sign Up Now

Registration is still open - sign up now to sing with us!

About our waitlist

We believe that music should be accessible to all. Through the generosity of our artists, partners, and Stay At Home Choir members, we offer sponsored places on each project. This means we're able to support singers who otherwise wouldn't be able to take part.

The waitlist for this project is now closed. Please email us at contact@stayathomechoir.com if you need any further support or information.

The Artists

Frode Fjellheim

Composer

Norwegian yoiker and musician (piano and synthesizer). He is best known for his band Transjoik and as the composer of the 2002 song "Eatnemen Vuelie", which was later adapted to become the opening musical number of Frozen.

Jamie Wright

Co-Founder

Jamie studied Music at the University of York and undertook the vocal performance Masters programme at the Royal Academy of Music, graduating with distinction. He is Baritone & Vocal Percussionist for the 5-time Grammy award winning group The Swingles and co-founder of the Stay at Home Choir, a 24,000 member global choir, with conductor Tori Longdon.

Tori Longdon

Co-Founder

Tori Longdon studied at Durham University and the Royal Academy of Music, where she was awarded a distinction for her MA in Choral Conducting. She now directs a number of ensembles around London including the Covent Garden Chorus, and holds the post of International Music Director for the Alpha Choral Courses in Shenzhen, China. ​

FAQs

  • I'm unable to join the live rehearsals, can I watch them back later?

    Yes! All of our projects are streamed live to Youtube. You can join in live in Zoom or on Youtube and all rehearsals will be made available to watch back as many times as you like. (usually within 24 hours)

  • Do I have to submit a video? Can I just take part in the rehearsals?

    Not if you don’t want to! It’s absolutely fine for you to just come along to rehearsals and take part in the process without submitting a video. If you’re just camera-shy, don’t worry! You can submit an audio-only recording if you prefer.

  • I've not sung in an in-person choir before and don't have much/any choir experience, can I still take part?

    Absolutely! We provide all the materials you need to learn the music for our projects, including the score, voice-part specific rehearsals, and learning tracks. With members from over 75 countries with every possible experience level we make sure that whichever way you learn there are the resources you need.

  • Do I need to sign up a child for them to take part in the children's session?

    No. The children's session will be streamed over youtube and will be completely free to take part. More information will be released shortly. You can sign up to our mailing list to be notified.