Address: Holy Innocents, Tottenham Lane, Hornsey. N8
Business Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the business
Cantate Jubilate are a friendly SATB Chamber Choir based in North London. The choir meet for weekly rehearsals (at Holy Innocents Church on Tottenham Lane, Hornsey on a Monday evening) and sing a variety of choral music including pieces by Lotti, Purcell, Mozart, Haydn, Brahms and Bruckner.
Hours of business
7-9pm every Monday night
A fun, weekly singing technique class for adults who want to sing better . We welcome all standards, including Late-Bloomers and especially, scaredy-cats!
Held at Union Church, Weston Park, N8 9TA
tel: 07976 946315
Next term starts 24th January 2011
Morning class – 10am-11.30am
Evening class 8.30 – 10pm
“…Inspired by Heather’s bubbly personality, the assorted members of the Voice Club – all ages, all abilities, from all over London – look forward to their classes, knowing they’ll have a laugh, be welcomed and supported, and they needn’t be afraid to expose themselves by singing out loud!…”
Voice Club member
“…I feel as though I’ve learned so much and laughed such a lot..!”
The Voice Club is a weekly class of group singing lessons for all standards of singer ( including people with little or no singing technique), who wish to develop skills and confidence in good company!
Classes include a practical approach to the art of singing with the emphasis on developing creativity and having fun.
The aim of the group is to practice fundamental skills and techniques, to develop range and stamina – and to have a good sing!
We sing songs covering a wide range of styles: from abba to Ave Maria
- Singing Technique
- Breath Control
- RelaxationSongs in all styles …
- Friendly, fun, supportive group
- Age 18+
- All standards
- Beginners & shy people welcome!
Registered office 46 Ulleswater Road N14 7BS
tel: 0844 736 5220
Crouch End Festival Chorus has established itself as one Britain’s major choruses, and has gained both national and international recognition. Based in north London, the choir grew from a small start: enthusiasts handing out leaflets outside a local supermarket in summer 1984 asking for singers for Verdi’s Requiem. In 2008 the choir returned to this work – this time in its fifth BBC Proms appearance at the Royal Albert Hall – and after singing Berlioz at the world’s greatest classical music festival in 2009, we were invited back to sing Mahler’s 8th Symphony at the First Night of the Proms in 2010 (pictured in rehearsal with the BBC Symphony Chorus and the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs). It’s a measure of how far the chorus has come in a relatively short time.