If you like to sing - whatever your experience - then our Singing Afternoons are for you. These relaxed workshops allow people from all walks of life to be part of a friendly community, making music and meeting new people, in the beautiful surroundings and warm acoustic of the National Centre for Early Music. Experienced community choir leader, Chris Bartram, will gently guide singing enthusiasts through a variety of different music from around the world. With six sessions spread across 2017, these Singing Afternoons offer an informal alternative to a regular community choir. There is no pressure to come to every session and you do not need to read music or have any prior experience of singing in a group - all are welcome!
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NCEM is run by a registered charity, the York Early Music Foundation, and asks for a voluntary donation of £1 per session to help cover costs. The sessions themseleves are free
NCEM is supported by City of York Council as part of Culture & Wellbeing In York, and is working with Age UK York, Converge and York St John University to enable access to positive communal activity for those in most need. If you have any access queries, please contact NCEM Education Development Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01904 632220.
Monday 11 July 1.00pm – c.2.00pm, NCEM, St Margaret’s Church, York