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Singing is a great way to build confidence, have fun and to improve well-being. No previous experience is necessary, just enthusiasm for singing as part of a group. You will learn key techniques and find that our singing courses cover a range of music and cultures. Some of our groups use their new skills to perform as a choir in their local communities.

Acapella Singing for Women: Harmony and Health View details

This course is for women who want to sing together while learning about how good singing is for you! Sing acapella (unaccompanied) harmony songs from around the world and learn techniques to improve your singing, breathing,posture and health. You don't need to be able to read music and you won't be asked to sing solo. Songs will be taught by ear in a relaxed and supportive environment. You will learn rounds, harmony and simple polyphonic songs from a range of vocal traditions including Eastern European, Gospel, Maori, and African countries. The emphasis is on enjoyment and well-being, rather than being 'good at singing'.

Confidence through Singing View details

A friendly and accessible course for anyone who wants to have a go at singing in harmony with others. No previous singing experience necessary - as the African proverb says, "If you can talk, you can sing"!

Improvers Acapella Singing for Women: Harmony and Health View details

Take part in an acapella choir for women's voices, building on your singing experience. Hone your listening and singing skills, by working on a repertoire of songs for performance in a safe and supportive environment. This course is designed to build on 'Singing for Health' and take singers to a new level of enjoyment and skill. However it is also suitable for other experienced singers who would like to try learning by ear and singing in an acapella group, or improve their skills in this area. We will learn songs from a range of vocal traditions and some contemporary pieces for voices, including the tutor's own compositions. We will also use improvisation and groupwork to create group compositions together. Unlike formal choirs you don't have to stick to one part (eg alto, soprano) but can experiment and explore the full range of your voice . There will be a performance at the end of the term in which you will be encouraged to take part.

Singing for Fun and Confidence View details

A singing course to build confidence, and have fun, while improving your singing and knowledge of singing Everyone welcome whether you think can sing or not - it doesn't matter - just take part! Each term we will study a different aspect of singing or music, but the topics Breathing, Healthy Singing and Voice Production will always be covered to some extent

Singing: WEA Hoole Community Choir View details

Hoole Community Choir is a non-auditioned group open to anybody who enjoys singing and would like to develop their skills. A wide variety of musical styles will be explored and the choir enjoy performing at their own concerts and at other local events. The course takes place at Hoole Community Centre on Thursdays from 2.30pm until 4.30pm and new members are always welcome.

Women's Voices: Singing View details

Through a combination of practical exercises, vocal coaching and confidence building activities, this women-only course will allow participants to develop their singing voices and then come together as a group to sing a selection of empowering songs.

Y Singing is good for you View details

This course will teach learners, regardless of experience, how to use their voices to sing together in a group whilst being aware of their individuality. Methods and practices will centre on safe vocal practices and exercises that support basic rhythm, how our sound is produced and altered (body awareness) and simple harmony singing.

York Voices Community Choir View details

A course for anyone who enjoys singing in a group (or would like to try it for the first time!). Have fun and make friends while singing a wide range of songs, including gospel, world, folk and pop.