THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO COVID UNCERTAINTIES - A NEW DATE WILL BE ARRANGED SHORTLY
Vocality is running a day long singing workshop in Kingston town centre on Saturday 5th February. We will have four leaders (one for each voice part) enabling us to achieve lots in a day. We will be singing a mix of songs from different styles and genres, eg. pop, folk, gospels spirituals....
DATE: Saturday 5th February, 2022
TIME: 10.30am to 4.30pm
PLACE: All Saints Church, Market Place, Kingston, KT1 1JP
COST: £35. (£40 at the door). (TO BE CONFIRMED)
LEADERS: Liz Swain, Ali Orbaum, Ben Crawley and Sam Coates
LUNCH AND REFRESHMENTS: There will be short breaks in the morning and afternoon, with an hour's break around 1pm for lunch. Vocality isn't providing food or drinks at this event but there is a cafe in the church and there numerous restaurants, cafes and takeaways all around us - we are right in the middle of Kingston town centre. You can always bring your own lunch if you'd like to.
GETTING THERE: There are lots of public car parks with plenty of space. Kingston Station is a short walk away. Click here for the church's page on 'getting here' which has masses of information.
HOW TO BOOK:
Please pencil this event into your diary but don't book just yet. I will update this information when I have more information about the covid restrictions (if any) that are likely to be imposed on us in the new year. (At the time of writing this it is 9th December).
When this event is confirmed, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) to let me know you are coming and pay your fee of £35 via bank transfer. For bank transfer to Vocality Singing, the account number is 56564724 and the sort code is 60-08-04. You may prefer to send a cheque to Vocality Singing at 79 Elm Grove Road, London, SW13 0BX.
We frequently run singing workshops, which are open to all and are always great fun.
We usually hold an annual Singing Weekend, open to all Vocality members and friends. We always stay in a beautiful town and enjoy four-part singing with one choir leader to each voice part, so we learn songs very quickly and build a great, blended sound. There’s a social side to this too, of course, with delicious food and drink, an opportunity to contribute to the evening entertainment and lots of time to spend with friends and meet new people.
The combined Vocality choirs spent a hugely enjoyable and successful day recording a CD at the Hammond Theatre in Hampton. We are really pleased with the results and you can hear some song clips on our what we sing page.
Our community performances include local music festivals and charity events.
Over a hundred Vocality singers performed at Earls Court with Sir Tom Jones and Paloma Faith in the televised finale of the inaugural BBC Music Awards.