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Upper Norwood Library Hub, London

Saturday, 29 Feb

£21.35

Ever wanted to try singing in a small ensemble? See if you can hold your part alone? Really be able to hear the different vocal lines and how they fit together? 

This workshop is intended for people who can learn a vocal line confidently within a 2hr workshop and hold a harmony line against a tune; who have some experience singing in a choir and want to push the boundaries and try holding a part in a very small group of singers; and are interested in working in detail on one piece, to achieve musical polish and elegance, understand how the parts fit together and how the music and words interlink and enhance each other.

No requirement to read music - sheet music will be provided and also taught by ear during the session. 

Places limited to 10, 2 singers on each part

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Venue

Upper Norwood Library Hub

Westow Hill

London

SE19 1TJ

Organiser

Eleanor Rastall

Eleanor Rastall is a freelance singer and choir and workshop leader based in London. She was awarded an MMus (Distinction) in Vocal Performance by Trinity Laban and now can often be found singing at the Musical Museum, Kew bridge, and running choirs and workshop across London. As well as running two office choirs, Eleanor is Guest Workshop Leader at the Globe Theatre and co-runs the Globe Theatre and Tate Modern staff choir. One-off workshops have included for Channel 4 and NHS London and she has recently set up her own choir - Palace Acappella - in Crystal Palace. She loves helping people discover they can sing!