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East City Sound Introduction to Barbershop Harmony Workshop

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Singing barbershop is addictive & good for your health

If you love to sing and are looking for a regular outlet to enrich this gift, take note of the upcoming 'Introduction to Barbershop Harmony Workshop' with East City Sound.

A dynamic women's barbershop chorus, East City Sound, consists of women from all walks of life, with different voice ranges and levels of experience (including shower-singers!).

Barbershop singing accommodates all voice ranges, and this workshop will introduce you to the basics of well-produced sound, touching on the fundamentals of this challenging form of unaccompanied singing.

If you love to sing and want to try something new in 2020, the 'Introduction to Barbershop Harmony Workshop' may be just the thing you're looking for! Singing barbershop is addictive and seriously good for your health!

All are welcome to come along. Why don't you give it a go? Who knows? There may be a place in the chorus just for you!

The introductory workshop will be on Thursday nights from 19th March to 9th April at Boronia West Primary School, Tormore Rd, Boronia.

Registration is preferred but not essential. Total cost is $20.

For more information please contact Kim on 0410 620 779.


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When: Four Thursdays March 19th - April 9th, 7:30pm - 10pm
Where: Boronia West Primary School, Tormore Road
Cost: $20 total
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There is a special skill in maintaing harmony in this kind of singing. I imagine it goes a long way to building comradery.
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