If you’ve navigated to this page you’ve realised that The G.O.A. Choir have some awesome plans in the pipeline… but shush… mum’s the word!

In the passed we’ve collaborated with Natalie Duncan, Nina Smith, and Ayanna Witter-Johnson, as well as Joe Buhdha, Juga-Naut, Scorzayzee… the list goes on…

Want to collaborate with us? Then what are you waiting for – contact us.


Collab with Ayanna Witter-Johnson

To support Ayanna Witter-Johnson in concert at Nottingham Contemporary, The G.O.A. collaborated on a variety of tracks to perform live at the event, including “Grandma’s Hands”. If you don’t know Ayanna, you should; she is a composer, jazz vocalist, cellist and pianist who has developed musically from a diverse background of mixed cultures. Her compositional versatility…Read more Collab with Ayanna Witter-Johnson

Collab with Mouthy Poets

A unique collab with Deborah ‘Debris’ Stevenson (leader of Mouthy Poets), Emily Franklin (singer and member of both the Mouthy Poets and The G.O.A. Choir) and Honey Williams (MD of The G.O.A.) – performed live at ‘Say Sum Thin 7’ ft. poet John Agard at the Nottingham Playhouse. An exciting piece, intriguingly titled ‘Pat-a-Cake Game’, its…Read more Collab with Mouthy Poets

Collab with Natalie Duncan

Natalie Duncan spent three months of collaborating and song-writing with the finest names from our famous music scene, culminating in an evening of performances at Nottingham Contemporary called “Natalie Duncan and Friends”. As part of this collaboration, The G.O.A. and Natalie Duncan arranged, adapted and performed Simon & Garfunkel’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water”, and original…Read more Collab with Natalie Duncan

Collab with Nina Smith

Over the years we’ve had the opportunity to collaborate with some fantastic artists, such as Nina Smith, who continues to be one of the most popular musicians on the Nottingham music scene and further afield. Nina earned rave reviews for her first EP, dubbed as ‘definitely one to watch’ (BBC), and her second EP, This Love, reached No.…Read more Collab with Nina Smith