Supported by a national music education charity, our course is designed to encourage more men to sing. Designed for both young or old newcomers to singing, or for those who maybe haven’t sung for a while -
During the course we took a look at all the various aspects of singing craft that add to a good individual and group vocal performance.
Along the way, we learnt three songs -
. . . whilst enjoying an entertaining and instructive course with a large group of very sociable blokes. Thanks Chaps. It was a blast.
“Allowing ordinary singers to do extraordinary things”
The principle aim of our ‘Learn to Sing’ courses is to offer men in the Somerset / East Devon region, with either limited or no previous singing experience, the opportunity to do so. The appeal is also to those more experienced singers who might want to try our brand of acapella harmony. These courses provide enormous fun for us, too. So win/win all round!
Sing your way into 2016
On Thurs 3rd March Linda Corcoran, Director of the UK Chorus Champions, The Great Western Chorus, and international singing coach, paid a visit to Taunton to help put the finishing touches to our successful course.
This was to prepare the way for our ‘end-
This event will mark the end of our course and -
What ‘Learn to Sing’ is all about . . .
Click one of the buttons to choose a voice-
The part is dominant in the right channel of your speaker or headphone.
Sing along until confident then try it out in quartet -
Here is what some of our guests had to say about our course . . .
. . . have a go now -
“I firmly believe that singing together is for everyone to enjoy, and there is a wealth of opportunities to enjoy in the UK. ‘Learn to Sing’ is a start of the process.
The Rivertones sing barbershop harmony. If it could be what you would like to do also, then come and talk to us.”
“I just wanted to say many sincere thanks to one and all for the preparation, delivery and warm welcome last night. The sessions exceeded my expectations in all aspects. I have been humming all day.”
“Preparation, course paperwork, friendship -
“I feel that I’m at the start of something good, so thanks again.”
“I’ve sung before but this taught me how important it is to sing correctly”
“Loved it, can’t wait until next week!”
“Extraordinary night. Always wanted to sing in harmony and now I think I’ve done it.”
“I thoroughly enjoyed the evening and I especially tuned into the banter between the voice groups, which was great fun.”
“Over the years I have attended many seminars, and your voice training evening topped them all.”
“May I congratulate you and your colleagues on a very well organised and presented training evening.”
“I hope to continue with the Tenor group and intend to get stuck into the music learning material on Sunday.”
‘LEARN to SING’ is sponsored by
Try it for yourself . . .