In perfect harmony at Trestle Theatre, St Albans
ALL levels of singer are invited to take part in a course which is being run at the Trestle Theatre in St Albans next month. Following a successful pre-Christmas course, Russell Scott is holding another called The Joy of Harmony at the arts base in Russet
ALL levels of singer are invited to take part in a course which is being run at the Trestle Theatre in St Albans next month.
Following a successful pre-Christmas course, Russell Scott is holding another called The Joy of Harmony at the arts base in Russet Drive..
It is designed for all levels of singers - from beginners who think they cannot sign a note to the advanced who want to work on their vocal technique, vocal 'listening' and harmony skills.
With an eclectic mix of music from musical theatre to the modern day classic, the group will work in full ensemble and in voice parts on harmony and 'part' singing.
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The two-hour course runs for six Tuesday evenings, starting at 7.30pm on February 2 until March 9.
For further information ring Sarah-Jane on 01628 898 958, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to the web site www.nextstagedrama.co.uk
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