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Do you enjoy singing? Think Pitch Perfect and Musical Theatre! Our show choir is open to all. It is a fantastic way to develop your vocal skills in the safety of a group. We cover contemporary Pop songs, musicals as well the absolute classics, working with 2–4-part harmonies. You will also develop skills of reading sheet music. We always work to the strength of the group to make it as fun as possible:
• Open to all- no auditions
• Regular performance opportunities
• Solo lines on offer
• No prior experience needed
• Musical theatre and pop genre
• Learn to read sheet music
This is an excellent opportunity for those who haven’t chosen Performing Arts subjects, but who really enjoy singing.... Do you have an audition that requires you to sing? What a perfect way to enhance your singing voice and become more comfortable with your singing. Particularly recommended for anyone studying Dance, Drama or Performing Arts, or anyone thinking of going into the industry.
This enrichment takes place across one lunchtime per week.
Voice and singing skills are enhanced alongside teamwork, independence and versatility. You will learn to read sheet music and gain confidence through the performance opportunities across the college.
This is a free enrichment, all resources will be provided.
Sandy Clark, firstname.lastname@example.org
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