Ashtead Baptist Church
Does this sound familiar..?
"I was told I couldn't sing by my teacher/family" - "I haven't sung since I was at school, not sure I can!" - "I've always wanted to sing, but don't think I'm good enough"
Singing for the pure joy of Singing. No matter what your experience - good, bad or none at all, SongWorks will ease you into singing. Whether you only sing in the bath or are a regular choir member, there is always room to develop and fine-tune your singing skills.
This 8-week course is for everyone. No experience needed, no performance at the end.
- reveal your unique, powerful, natural singing voice
- explore the world of harmony singing
- improve your breathing, posture and mental alertness
- learn fantastic songs
- open to all ages, all levels of experience, all backgrounds
- no solo singing, no music theory, no technical jargon!
- all songs taught by ear, no need to read music
In September 2011, I started up SongWorks for people who just want to sing simple, enjoyable, heart-warming songs in an informal and relaxed atmosphere.
Not everyone wants to work towards a performance. This can be for all sorts of reasons, some don't have time to learn the words and music off by heart. Some feel nervous about singing in front of an audience, and some may feel that their singing voice just isn't 'good enough'.
The songs are drawn from the world of folk, gospel, pop, and from all around the world. There is no 'homework', just turn-up each week and sing! Basic but essential vocal technique is incorporated so that you will gain confidence in your singing voice, and learn to use it in an effortless and efficient way.
Songworks Term: 8 weeks in total, 7:30-9:00pm. £65 Term-membership.
For more information email Hazel or telephone, 01372 278016
SONGWORKS TERM DATES 2019
SPRING TERM 2020
JANUARY 23, 30
FEBRUARY 6, 13, 27
MARCH 5, 12, 19
SUMMER TERM 2020
APRIL 23, 30
MAY 7, 14, 21
JUNE 4, 11, 18
AUTUMN TERM 2020
Rehearsals: Ashtead Baptist Church
192 Barnett Wood Lane
Ashtead, Surrey. KT21 2LW
Access is via the Bluey-green door on the right-hand side of the church