Dates & Times

Thu 20 Jun 2024
11:00am
From
£4.00
Thu 27 Jun 2024
11:00am
From
£4.00

You can also take part in this class online.

Singers is aimed at anyone who is looking to improve their singing technique in a welcoming group led by a professional singing tutor.

No previous experience is necessary to join Singers, and you don’t need to be able to read music. There is no audition required to join the group!

Session Structure:

10 mins – Physical & Vocal warm-up: exercises, games and easy rounds

20 mins – learn a new song

10 mins – Break

30 mins – Review new song & good old sing-song of the previous song for the remainder of the session

Singers will generally learn a new song every week which joins their collection in their personal song folders. They work towards regular performances in local venues and in the community.

Singing has a significant amount of health benefits such as strengthening the immune system, improving posture and helping with sleep. It can be a natural anti-depressant as singing is known to release endorphins – the feel-good brain chemical that makes you feel uplifted and happy.

  • About the Tutor

    Dr Robin Harrison FRSA has been a music teacher in piano (classical, jazz and rock pop), organ, and singing (classical, pop, musical theatre) for over 30 years. Ex number 33 rock pop piano and jazz piano pianist worldwide, Robin was originally classically trained at the Royal Northern College of Music. He self-released three rock pop piano albums and teaches from beginner through to advanced diplomas. He is also a sought-after composer and choral director.

  • Benefits of Singers

    Singing has a significant amount of health benefits, such as strengthening the immune system, improving posture and helping with sleep. It can be a natural anti-depressant as singing is known to release endorphins – the feel-good brain chemical that makes you feel uplifted and happy.

  • Session Structure

    10 mins – Physical & Vocal warm up: exercises, games and easy rounds

    20 mins – learn a new song

    10 mins – Break

    30 mins – Review new song & good old sing-song of the previous song for the remainder of the session

    Singers will generally learn a new song every week, which joins their collection in their personal song folders. They work towards performances in local venues and in the community.

  • What do I need to bring?

    Just yourself and your enthusiasm for trying something new! All sheet music and resources will be provided for you.

  • How to join in online

    All of our online content, from classes to events, can be accessed from our dedicated online platform CogPlayer. This links directly with your ARC account and automatically provides access to content you have booked through ARC’s website. This means you can log in with your usual ARC account details to easily access classes, performances, and other online activities.