We’re inviting groups and individuals from Birmingham and Solihull to be a part of Station Clock by contributing their voices to help the clock sing!

In response to the government’s guidance around COVID-19 we are pausing Twelve Tones public activity until further notice. We will resume as soon as it is safe and possible to do so.

When the project resumes, there will be two options of getting involved in the project:

Option 1 (best for groups and schools):

As part of the Twelve Tones project, our team can deliver two free interactive workshops which explore the themes of ‘Station Clock’ and help participants get ready for their recording session which take place at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. We have a number of workshop artists who specialise in different areas, from a Grammy award winning producer to visiting lecturers at some of the country’s top music colleges. The workshops usually last a couple of hours, are free and our fully DBS’d team would come to you.

Option 2 (best for individuals and families):

The other option is taking part in the Station Clock recordings without any workshops beforehand. Here, you’ll record your voice alongside one of our producers who are great at guiding people through the process.

Book a 5-10 minute slot (for each participant) by visiting our online booking form http://www.12tonesbooking.org.uk.

For more information on the recording process and / or for information on group and school bookings click here.

How to get involved