I am delighted to announce that in 2020 I am co-facilitating three community singing / choir groups across Adelaide.
Singing in a group is one of the best ways to have fun, to connect with beautiful songs, and uplift your heart through creating powerful vocal sound together.
The singing / choir groups I facilitate with Michelle Byrne, and Cindy-Anne Macdonald, are safe spaces for everyone to join. There are no auditions, you don’t have to read sheet music, and the entire experience is about sharing together the wonderful gift of positive and inspirational music and songs.
Please join us, and let others know who may like to come too. Here are the details for the three community singing / choir groups running in 2020:
Harmony Weavers – Women’s Wellbeing Choir
The Hutt Street Centre Proudly Presents
The Harmony Weavers
A Womens Wellbeing Choir
Facilitated by Michelle Byrne and Heather Frahn
The Harmony Weavers is a women’s wellbeing choir aspiring to heal, to empower, and to build resilience and friendships. Each session includes singing, music, sound healing, mindfulness meditation, and afternoon tea. No experience required, no auditions. A heart opening, uplifting and soul inspiring gathering for all women. Come join us!
FREE Weekly Gatherings
Wednesdays 1:30pm start until 3:45pm approx.
(During SA school term dates only)
Please Phone Olivia on 0408 083 962 for more info to RSVP
Venue: the Minor Works Building
22 Stamford Court, Adelaide, SA
Prospect Community Singing Group
Sing songs with meaningful lyrics, have fun and alleviate stress, learn how to sing with harmonies, in rounds, and call-response styles. Stay for a cuppa afterwards to connect with your community. There is no need to commit to attending every week, just come along whenever you feel the need to sing with others. It’s all about fun, no stress.
Dates: Each Tuesday evening during SA school terms, commencing Tuesday January 28th 2020 – No need to book or reserve your place within the group, all welcome.
Time: Arrive at 6:15pm for a 6:30pm session start – 7:30pm session finish; 8:30pm-8:15 social time, cuppa, and pack-up
Venue: Payinthi Community Centre, 128 Prospect Road, Prospect SA 5082 – in the main hall downstairs
Leaders: Heather Frahn and Cindy-Anne Macdonald
Cost: Free. Children and young people aged under 18 years welcome when accompanied by an adult.
Contact: If you require any further information, please contact Liz Gunn on 8342 8058 or firstname.lastname@example.org
With One Voice – Community Choir, Kingston Park SA
You’re invited to experience the joy, freedom and inspiration of song at your local With One Voice choir!
- no auditions and no singing experience needed
- all ages, faiths, cultures and backgrounds welcome
- participation by tax-deductible donation
Through singing, supper and The Wish List, we build supportive communities better-placed to face challenges like mental illness, social isolation, cultural tension and unemployment.
- weekly rehearsals + supper
- professional conductors
- amazing performances
Whether or not you think you can sing, you will be warmly welcomed at With One Voice Kingston Park and encouraged to join in and discover the voice you never knew you had.
Join now! No singing experience necessary, everyone is welcome.
When: Wednesdays 6-8pm
Where: Kingston House Cameron Ave, Kingston Park. SA 5049
Delicious Supper Included Each Week!!
Contact: Simply come along and enjoy, or contact With One Voice HQ in VIC for more information: Ph 03 8679 6088. or email email@example.com