Have you ever wanted to get more from your singing?
Are there areas which you want to improve?
Do you want to learn more about effective singing technique?
DBC is organising a workshop where you can find answers to your needs about singing – a day directed at amateur choral singers looking to make the most of their singing voices.
“Since singing is so good a thing,
I wish all men would learn to sing.” William Byrd
Saturday 19th October, 2.00 – 5.00, Savannah,
St Benedict’s School, £10
This enjoyable and informative day will be led by experts:
Kate Young Clinical Lead Speech & Language Therapist, RDH
Ellie Martin Head of Singing, Repton School, and Choral Animateur
Gillian von Fragstein Senior Physiotherapist, RDH
Richard Roddis Choral Director
Among the topics to be addressed are:
- Tone – how to make a more beautiful sound with your voice
- Breathing – how important is breath control
- Range – how to make those top notes sweeter – and the bottom ones
- Posture – how to avoid tension in rehearsal and concert
- Longevity – how to make your voice last into mature age
The total person sings not just the vocal cords. Esther Broner
The workshop is being thrown open to singers from other choirs, so there’s a chance to meet new people and compare notes (pun intended). Some music from the Mozart Requiem will be included in the workshop repertoire.
The only thing better than singing is more singing Ella Fitzgerald
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