Workshop | Stage Two
Singing is good for the body and soul - improving health and wellbeing whilst sharing an activity with other like-minded people. We’re forming a new choir for Norwich that will be made up of an energetic group of people who enjoy singing together. No previous experience is necessary and we’ll make you feel most welcome in our range of abilities, voices and ages.
A wide range of songs will be explored from pop, rock, the musicals to world music, all interspersed with warm up exercises and chants. Most importantly our choir sing for fun; both for ourselves and our audiences! There’s no need to be able to read music, audition or sing solo. You can simply turn up and enjoy making sounds together. It’s a great way to try something new or return to singing… even if the last time you’ve belted out a note was in assembly at primary school!
No previous experience is necessary.
Sessions will be led by Joseph Ballard. Joseph has run different performing arts groups and theatre companies over 15 years including community-based choirs. Joseph’s work and ethos encourages the development of communication skills, the social and wellbeing impacts and increased confidence levels that accompany learning and developing skills in the performing arts.
Our next Workshop will run from 17th January to 4th April 2019. Priorty booking for existing attendees opens on 5th November 2018. General Booking from 19th November 2018
Activities are dependent on minimum numbers participating, in the event that we need to cancel due to low participant numbers, a full refund will be given. We are unable to offer refunds in other circumstances.
We work hard to ensure best practise and the safety of all who attend our activities. To do this we have a number of policies and procedures in place to support our participants and visitors.
Please take a moment to read our Terms and Conditions, Participants Guidance and associated policies on the Take Part / Information section of our website. Alternatively paper copies are available at our reception in Stage Two.