"It was good to meet you on Saturday in Wivenhoe. I just wanted to write to you and say how fantastic a time we all had but also how inspirational you are to a choirmaster such as myself. Getting 42 people who've never sung much before to do 4 or 5 part harmonies in less than half an hour? That's pretty damn cool!"
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Saturday 19 September 2020
2pm to 4.30pm
(mornings in Hadleigh 10.30am to 1pm
High Street (behind Town Council office)
Wivenhoe CO7 9AB
We are now on our summer break. Due to the current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic it remains to be seen what government advice is when we plan to meet again in September. Keep an eye on this website and the Sing Out Saturday website for the latest news.
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See the Sing Out Saturdays website for directions to the venue.
Cost: £9 (includes tea, biscuits, coffee)
Come and join us this month to see how many singers we can squeeze into the Scout Hall! Men are particularly welcome. You also get a free recording of all the songs learnt in each session.
Contact Christine Pettman for more information: 07840 883651 or email email@example.com
Learn songs from around the world, in glorious unaccompanied harmony. An informal, challenging and rewarding morning of singing with like-minded souls. All in a fun and relaxed atmosphere, liberally laced with humour!
Brand new songs each month and no need to have attended before. Open to everyone and no need to read music as Chris teaches all songs by ear.
Further dates for 2020: 27 October, 14 November and 12 December
Put the dates in your diary and make sure you're on Chris's mailing list to stay informed.
Comments from previous SingWiv sessions:
"I was at the SingWiv session on Saturday (my second time) and wanted to let you know that it was the most joyful thing I have experienced for ages (possibly since last month!). Your style of working allows the fun and joy to be more important than the technicalities (and yet it still sounds amazing at the end)."