Circular Keys Chorus Vocal Workshop Sharing the Wellbeing Factor of Singing
Do you love to sing? Do you love to perform? Have you watched the Pitch Perfect movies and thought “I would love to sing like that?”.
The positive health and psychological effects of singing are well documented. The ladies at Circular Keys Chorus think there’s more to it. They think their innate ‘connectedness’ that comes from being a member contributes to their wellbeing and they are inviting women to come to their vocal workshop, starting in August, to find out. The chorus sings in four parts, so if you sing high, if you sing low, or if you sing in between, there’s a place just for you.
During the six week vocal workshop, you will learn the basics of singing a cappella harmony. You do not need to read music and will be guided through the fundamentals by the chorus’s Musical Director, and sought-after musical educator, Vicki Dwyer.
Part of the leading musical organisation for women, Sweet Adelines International (SAI), the chorus is currently Australia’s champion small chorus. In 2018, members are looking forward to travelling to St. Louis to represent Australia, for the third time, at the SAI international competition.
For more information and to register for the vocal workshop – circularkeys.org/vocalworkshop
Circular Keys Chorus, as featured on SBS World News, 8th July 2017: TV – http://www.sbs.com.au/news/ article/2017/07/05/more-just-singalong-womenscommunity- choir-compete-us. If you require further information about the above, please contact me on 0403 597 299.