Outdoor singing, environmental themes, health and wellbeing, civic imagination
A free opportunity to feel uplifted by singing together!
For anyone looking to improve or maintain their mental health and wellbeing, no previous singing experience necessary, no need to read music – “if you can talk, you can sing!”
In partnership with North Lakes Recovery College, an ‘all ability’ singing group for anyone who enjoys singing along to their favourite tunes, to those already singing in groups.
Fortnightly on Wednesday evenings 18:30 - 20:00 - check website for dates
Dave Camlin’s award-winning, accomplished, fun and friendly non-auditioned choir. As the name suggests, we sing owt that takes our fancy, mainly from the global and local Folk traditions, and also jazz, rock / pop, gospel & more… Infectiously joyful, harmonically sweet, we’re a close-knit group who have a lot of fun together!
An established group suitable for singers of all experience, including beginners, Sing Owt! is a friendly group who have a lot of fun together! A great place to begin your singing journey – whether you read music or not, enthusiasm is more important than any previous singing experience! Sing Owt! is a welcoming, accomplished and fun singing group who regularly perform, and where all voices are welcome! Don’t worry if you’re not sure whether you’re good enough – singing together builds your vocal confidence, and helps you sing more confidently.
Mondays 19:00 - 21:00 (term time)
Wild Chorus is about connection: with each other; with our collective creativity; with audiences; with, in and through nature in the promotion of living more sustainably – freeing our voices to sing together in wild places!
Inspired by the wildness of the natural world, Wild Chorus is a performance choir led by Dave Camlin. By singing together in nature, we hope to promote the importance of wild places for the biodiversity and health of our planet.
Wild Chorus is a relaxed and friendly performance choir, for singers with some experience, and who are looking for a fun vocal challenge with like-minded singers. The emphasis is on having fun making a good sound together, singing material from rock, pop and folk traditions from around the world. You’re expected to be able to:
During weekly rehearsals, we warm our bodies and voices up, and learn songs to perform as well as simply singing for pleasure. We learn repertoire mainly by ear, although lyrics, scores and rehearsal MP3s are all available to help you learn. You don’t need to be able to ‘sight read’ notation, but you do need to be able (or willing to learn!) to follow it.
Tuesdays 19:00 - 21:00 (term time)