Volunteer musician call out

Chamber Made is seeking volunteer teenage musicians and vocalists for a workshop in April 2021, for an exciting new climate change work.

Image credit: School Strike 4 Climate


  • Passionate about climate action
  • Passionate about art and music

Part concert, part performance, part teenage takeover SERIOUS NOISE (working title) channels the hope, rage and urgency fuelling the School Strike for Climate movement.

Composed by Cat Hope and directed by Adena Jacobs, the project is inspired and informed by an ongoing series of conversations with teenagers active in the Australian climate strike movement, shaping a new work for teenage choir and orchestra that will be both a call to arms and a prayer for the future.

This is a call-out to singers and musicians to join us in creating this new work of artistic protest. Instruments we are looking for are:

  • Sousaphones
  • Bass Trombones
  • Tubas
  • Euphoniums
  • Percussionists (bass drums, large cymbals etc)


Between April 2021 and mid-2022 we plan to hold 4 creative development periods over school holidays and weekends (dates TBC). We encourage you to sign up for this first one  – and we won’t hold you to being part of the next stages if you find that this isn’t your thing.

Date: 12 – 16 April 2021

Venue: Trades Hall, 54 Victoria St, Carlton

This will involve 6 three-hour calls scheduled through the week (during Victorian school holidays).

If you, or someone you know, sings or plays one of these instruments and would like to participate in this series of upcoming rehearsal workshops, or for more information, please contact Chamber Made (info ( at ) chambermade.org).

If you are a brass musician but do not play the specific the instruments above – no problem, just let us know!