What makes Songworks different from other choirs?
Have you always wanted to sing but never dared?
Are you a confident singer but can’t read music?
Would you like to be in a choir that is first and foremost about fun and enjoyment?
Are you interested in the health benefits of singing?
…then Songworks Choir could be for you.
In our sessions the joy of singing together takes priority over the perfect sound. That said – prepare to be surprised at how amazing we can sound!
You don’t need to be able to read music as everything is taught by ear. Our community is warm, welcoming and inclusive.
Who can join?
Absolutely anyone who has a passion for singing is welcome.
All ages and abilities, from seasoned singers to “non singers”, from the confident to the terrified.
But I can’t sing!
Singing is our birthright. As the African Proverb goes “If you can talk, you can sing”. The beauty of singing with others is that all voices somehow blend in together, there is safety in numbers and you can even hide a bit for a while until you feel a bit more confident.
We don’t take ourselves too seriously and have a lot of fun.
When and where?
We meet Term times at the Union Church in Crouch End
Wednesdays 7.30pm to 9pm (full). Tuesday mornings 9.45 to 11 (places available).
Summer term 2018: Wednesday choir – 18 April to 18 July (30 May half-term – no choir)
Tuesday choir: 17 April to 17 July (29 May half-term – no choir)
Autumn term 2018: Wednesday 5 Sept; Tues 11 Sept
For joining information email: email@example.com
Wednesday 27 June. St Mary with St George (bottom of Cranley Gardens), London N10 3AG. Doors open 7.15 for 7.45 start. Tickets £6 (children free). Pay on the door.
Crouch End Festival
Saturday 9 June. Catch us outside Hornsey Library at 9.45 or on stage 10.30am.
Want to join an activist choir? Sign up here: http://www.holler4.co.uk/
Singing is good for your health:
“I don’t sing because I am happy.
I am happy because I sing”.
What songs do we sing?
Toe tapping, heart warming, spine tingling songs from all around the world in glorious 2, 3 4 and even 5 part harmony.