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We believe that the arts and music can inspire positive social change:

• We design collaborative creative projects.

• We bring artists, organisations and audiences together in new combinations to produce ground-breaking work. 

• Our vision is a more connected, cohesive society where individuals from across the social spectrum are celebrated for their differences as well as their similarities. 

Together Productions believes that the arts can make a difference: bridging social divides, building community, expanding horizons and opening up new perspectives and relationships. We value artists as cultural leaders, and seek to work with others who aim for the highest artistic outcomes whilst embracing creative collaboration, participation and new voices. We are interested in projects that challenge hierarchy and convention, shed light on the unexplored or overlooked, and create spaces for new conversations and otherwise marginalised voices.

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Together Productions is a not for profit Community Interest Company.



Who We Are

jeremey haneman

Jeremy Haneman, Director MORE

Jeremy Haneman is a musical director and conductor specialising in choral music and opera. He has been the inaugural Community Chorus Director for the Royal Opera House Covent Garden since 2011 and he is the musical director of the 140-voice Royal Opera House Thurrock Community Chorus. Performances for the Royal Opera House include the ROH Season Launch, the Open Up Launch,the Deloitte Ignite Festival, conducting the premieres of All Change, Ebb and Flow and Fused 5th Birthday Celebration, three newly devised and fully staged 'opera mash ups' of works from many different operas, as well as premieres of commissions from living composers.


Jeremy co-founded the Mixed Up Chorus in 2013. He has been conductor for many other choirs including RTÉ Philharmonic in Dublin, Morley College Choir and the London Gay Men's Chorus (which he grew from 15 to 150 singers), and he also leads multiple prize-winning choirs for top London City law firms Linklaters and Taylor Wessing. Jeremy has also been a musical director for One Day One Choir, a global annual movement for World Peace Day that involved over a million singers in 2016. Jeremy has conducted concerts in venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, the Royal Festival Hall, the Royal Opera House and major venues and cathedrals across Europe, USA and Australia. Jeremy has also worked in Sweden where he conducted international choirs such as the prize-winning Manado State University Choir from Indonesia and the acclaimed Voces Nordicae from Stockholm.


For seven years Jeremy was the Chairman of Hafla, a registered charity that created cultural events which brought together Jewish and Arabic people. He is a Council Member for the Association of British Choral Directors and a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts for whom he delivered the inaugural workshop on the power of community singing. Jeremy trained at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and the University of Cambridge.



Holly Jones, Director MORE

Holly Jones is a Creative Producer with over fifteen years of experience in the arts encompassing theatre, visual arts, music and film. She specialises in participant-led creative production, collaborative projects and bringing new voices and audiences to the arts. She was Director of Education and Community at the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain, where amongst other things she founded their ground-breaking social exclusion programme Playing Up. More recently she ran the Arts & Culture programme at 3FF, where she led Urban Dialogues, a cross arts programme focussing on faith and belief bringing diverse artists, organisations and audiences together. She has an MA in Cultural Leadership from City University. She co-founded the Mixed Up Chorus in 2013 and has worked as Creative Producer for the choir ever since.






reylon yountReylon Yount, Project Co-ordinator MORE

Reylon Yount is Project Coordinator for the Mixed Up Chorus and a freelance musician hailing from San Francisco. He plays the yangqin, a percussive string instrument from China, exploring new soundscapes on the instrument through performance, songwriting and improvisation. Based in London, he co-directs Tangram, a new music collective catalysing transnational imagination. In 2016, Reylon graduated from Harvard College with a bachelor's degree in Environmental Science and Public Policy and a secondary in East Asian Studies. Reylon moved to London to complete two master's degrees in music, supported by a Marshall Scholarship and a Tier 1 Exceptional Talent visa, for which Arts Council England endorsed him as an emerging music leader. In his free time, Reylon enjoys playing badminton, watching comedy, and discovering the many things he can learn from the people around him.






eleanor woodEleanor Wood, Project Co-ordinator MORE

Eleanor is Project Coordinator for Sing for Freedom, as well as a performer and teacher based in London. Hailing from Sydney, Australia, Eleanor studied Classical Voice and Musicology at Sydney Conservatorium of Music and graduated with a Bachelor of Music Studies (Honours 2:1) and a Graduate Diploma in Pedagogy (Voice).

She is a recipient of the Australia Council for the Arts Artstart Grant, and has performed in opera, cabaret and theatre both in Australia and overseas, including Art Gallery of New South Wales, Cadogan Hall, Royal Albert Hall and the Operestate Festival in Bassano del Grappa, Italy.

Eleanor is much sought-after as a vocal teacher and choral director, and currently teaches at several of London's leading music schools. Away from the stage, Eleanor completed a law degree at University of New South Wales and recently qualified as a solicitor.



Gemma Storr, Musical Director Sing For Freedom Choir MORE

Gemma Storr is an award-winning musical director, performer, and composer specialising in voice and contemporary collaborative performance. Recipient of the Headley Fellowship at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, she is interested in breaking down the traditional Audience – Performer – Creator dynamic, and has recently worked with Theatre De Complicité, Mahogany Opera Group and The Minds Ear Orchestra.

She is thrilled to be leading the Sing For Freedom Choir in their unique and joyful mix of traditional choral singing and world music grooves and is very much looking forward to future collaborations with Together Productions and the Singing our Lives project.




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