Earth Makes No Sound is a  collaborative choral work inspired by the elements and the changes happening to our planet. Developed with Goldsmiths Vocal Ensemble, members of the Roundhouse choir and our own Filament Theatre Chorus, Earth Makes No Sound explores the possibilities of dynamic choral singing and the relationship between voice, movement, harmony, body percussion and improvisation. You can see the full film of our latest performance, here

‘Osnat Schmool’s mesmerising score … as transient and full of change as the planet it illustrates.’  Musical Theatre Review (read the full piece here)

‘The piece was wonderful, very poignant and certainly moved me to tears (as well as some parents I spotted!)’ Member of  Staff, GOSH

‘Earth Makes No Sound, a stirring piece…with lulling words and music written by Osnat Schmool.’ AYT (full review here)

‘The sound and movement through the corridors worked beautifully, resonating in the waiting areas. Loved watching the children being carried along the corridors on your ‘wave’ and seeing them dancing and playing with the feathers.’ Member of Staff, GOSH

Our audiences:

‘Went to see last night. A brilliant piece that that reaches into your heart. Congratulations to all !! I loved it!’

‘Beautiful and thought provoking performance of Earth Makes No Sound by at  ‘

@filamenttheatre Fantastic performance @southbankcentre #ChorusFest. Feel v privileged to take part in workshop –moving & exhilarating

The first performance of this evolving piece took place in Chorus Fest at Queen Elizabeth Hall on the 4th April 2015 supported by the Arts Council England. It has been refreshed for 2018 and sections were performed at Great Ormonde Street Hospital, Guys Hospital and the whole piece at The Place Theatre, London as part of  Tête à Tête, The Opera Festival.

Arts Council England