Choirs in Corby, Deet Roots Tall Trees
Choirs in Corby

"When the harmonies blend and you are working as a team...

... there is nothing like it for sheer enjoyment!"

(DRTT Choir member)

(Video credit: Warren Shaw)

Deep Roots Tall Trees is a Corby-based arts organisation that aims to extend the relevance of music, singing, dance and the arts to the widest possible local and regional audience.

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CHANGING CORBY

We are delighted that Arts Council England, Heritage Lottery Fund, Northamptonshire Community Foundation, and Corby Borough Council are supporting another ground-breaking Deep Roots Tall Trees project – "Changing Corby". Following on from "Our Woods", this new 2-year programme will build on the achievements of DRTT's work to date and move our collective creativity in new directions.

Find out all about  Changing Corby HERE and learn about how you can get involved. 

Our Woods, our last collaboration, brought together sound, movement and light to celebrate our town’s unique urban woodlands. It was a creative journey for everyone involved, who came together joyfully through song writing, singing, performing and arts activities, developing confidence, ability, skills and ambition – and particularly... to have a lot of fun. Enjoy this short taster of the project's finale: "Dreaming Our Woods".

Choirs in Corby

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Relax in a Sound Bath!!! - posted 21/5/2018

Looking ahead to the Autumn, we have some really quite different on the horizon. As part of the second stage of our new Changing Corby project, when we'll be exploring the Polish traditions of Polish people living in Corby, we are delighted to have Polish singers and musicians, Alina Jurczyszyn and Kamila Bigus from Laboratorium Pieśni (Song Laboratory), join us from Gdansk in Poland. 

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Share and Celebrate Scottish Culture with DRTT - posted 5/4/2018

On 30th June, join DRTT to mark the end of the first phase of our exciting new project, "Changing Corby", in an evening celebrating Scottish culture and traditions. This unique event will include: the Grampian Highland Band, a solo piper, Scottish dancers, St Ninians Vocal Group, as well as contributions from the DRTT choir and dancetheatre group. The evening will conclude with a ceilidh with traditional Scottish food available (e.g. stovies, oatcakes, tablet, Irn Bru and dandelion and burdock etc.).

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