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You’ll find all sorts of groups and choirs here. Some meet regularly with a focus on performing while some encourage people to drop in and just sing for fun. You can search by location or by member.
A Handful of Harmonies is a hobby with a difference! Established in 2011 the group aims to give women from 17 to 70+ the opportunity to share the joy of music with like-minded people in a fun and creative environment. Full details for A Handful Of Harmonies >>
Abercappella - weekly community choir led by Chrys Blanchard in Abergavenny, Monmouthshire S. Wales. Teaching by rote, world songs, harmony singing. Full details for Abercapella >>
A local community choir for teachers and parents of Acland Burghley open to 'friends'. 6 sessions. 1st May - 12th June with a week off for half term. £48 for friends, £30/£24 for parents £24 teachers. Cheque to Acland Burghley School sent to office or dropped into office before course starts.Run by Gitika Partington -see Tubthumping Chorus and Bishopsgate Singers...Popular, folk world Acapella, learned by ear, audio dowloads available for practising. this term run at Eleanor Palmer Primary School next door. Full details for Acland Burghley Harmony Singers >>
Community choir and singing group singing for fun, developing musical and vocal skills and short informal performances. Join and gain confidence in a relaxed, creative atmosphere. Fab songs, great rhythms, delicious harmonies. Full details for ACM Singing Group >>
Singing for Pleasure - Adult Ed Group on Monday Afternoons in Severn Rd Centre Canton. A lovely group where we sing harmony songs from around the world, listen to each other and explore performing techniques and confidence issues together. Full details for Adult Ed Singing For Everyone >>
This is a weekly choir, open to everyone, even those who think they can't sing! No auditions. Just bring your voice and sense of fun! Full details for Afternoon Sing-Song >>
A 3 voice ensemble singing traditional Georgian songs. All 3 are pupils of Nana Mzavanadze and Frank Kane and have visited and sung in Georgia. Available for performances and workshops. Leaders of fortnightly Georgian choir - Sunday evenings, Findhorn. Full details for Alilo >>
Community Choir for all who live & work in Roehampton, London SW15. Based on the Alton and Danebury estates. 12 week pilot project. Full details for Alton Sings >>
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The words and tune for this song were written by the young mums (age 14-16yrs) as part of CRISP's Positive Activities for Young People project with teenage mums and mums-to-be.
Teenage mums get a bad reputation in the UK but this wonderful specialist Pupil Referral Unit has places for 40 babies, and most mums become responsible mothers, retaining care of their infants and going on to achieve well educationally.
For more info please contact CRISP Co-ordinator Catherine Pestano: email@example.com
Natural Voice is about celebrating the voice you were born with, rather than trying to train it to an ideal of perfection.
It's about building accepting, non-judgmental communities that sing together whether it's for a short one-day workshop or for many years.
It's about welcoming all voices into a group without auditions and working from there to make a group sound.
It's about making learning by ear accessible to the whole group so that nobody needs to be able to read music.
"The voice is a musical instrument we are all born with. We carry it with us, unseen, wherever we go. It may be suppressed or temporarily silenced but it cannot easily be mislaid. Unlike our material possessions, it cannot be taken away from us as we cross a border or are admitted to prison. We may be stripped of all we own but our voice, like our memory, remains. And when it is heard, it says something vital about the deepest layers of our identity, our commitment, our intentions and aspirations."
This inspiring compilation of warm-up songs written by NVPN members all over the UK comes as a book with 3 CDs of the separate parts for 65 songs. There are songs to suit all groups, and they pay tribute to the hugely rich diversity of our expanding Network. You can find more details of To Grace The Earth on our Resources page.