‘Shlomo and the Vocal Orchestra’, the world’s first ever human beatboxing choir, will be making their debut to a sell-out crowd at London’s Purcell Room on March 18th 2007.
On March 18th 2007, human beatbox artists from all over the world will be gathering at London’s South Bank Centre to showcase their crazy voice boxes. The all-day event is free to attend, with a combination of workshops, showcases, seminars and open-mic sessions.
On March 18th 2007, hundreds of music fans will witness a special performance of live music by Shlomo and the Vocal Orchestra, performed using only the mouths, lips, tongues and vocal cords of 15 singers and beatboxers.
Beatboxing, is the art of making multiple musical noise at one time with only the use of ones mouth, literally being a human 'beatbox'. It has recently gained mainstream popularity beyond its hip hop roots and blossomed into an art form all of its own.
On Wednesday 12th July hundreds of music fans will descend upon Cargo nightclub in London to witness a competition like no other: music being made solely with the mouth. Eight of the country’s finest human beatboxers will fight it out to become the National Champion, and to represent the UK at the World Championships in Tokyo this Winter.
Beatboxing is one of the few Hip Hop elements that is still relatively untapped by the mainstream, but things may be changing as this elements popularity rises. Seeing people like Kela or Rahzel can blow you away. Dates for the first four heats of the 2006 UK Beatbox Championships have been announced: