This month, we have been working with the fantastic community interest company INC360 who created a short video of The Halifax Choral Society and Black Dyke Trombone Assemble performing Christmas carols at The Piece Hall to demonstrate a service they are developing for children and young people experiencing loneliness.
It gives an idea of the immersive feeling you can create with this kind of video.
The recording was made in full compliance with the Covid-19 regulations in force on the date of recording.
It is important to note that this was not a public concert, although The Piece Hall was open to the public and a team of Piece Hall staff was on duty to ensure that social-distancing and public safety was maintained at all times.
INC360 recognise that exciting one-off opportunities are going on in the community, but are being missed by children who are unable to physically attend or mentally enjoy them. The company is looking at ways to capture these moments and provide them in video format for those who would have liked to attend.
INC360 are looking to pilot the service next Spring, and are hoping to talk to people before then who have experiences that they may want to share, to better shape the direction of the service and the content produced.
THE PIECE HALL, Halifax HX1 – EST. 1779