This is for anyone who wants to sing in the East Northamptonshire area – Kettering Camerata, working with other local choirs invites you come and enjoy a short course to discover - or rediscover – the pleasure of singing with others in the local area.
This exciting initiative, made by Kettering Camerata with several other local choirs, will be directed by internationally acclaimed choral director Jo McNally, supported by Tresham College and sponsored by Making Music in association with the BBC Performing Arts Fund
Who can take part? All ages are welcome. No need to read music or sing in a choir – (although we hope you won’t want to stop singing after 5th June!)
Cost: £10 per person including any words and music you need. Interested? Then send an email to email@example.com to find out how you can SING NOW!.
Jo McNally was educated in the US and has been based in London since 1980. She has had a varied career as a music educator, adjudicator and singer, specializing in conducting young and developing choirs. She has taught classroom and choral music in both independent and international schools and has worked on projects for the education departments of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Glyndebourne, the BBC and Spitalfields Festival.
The BBC Performing Arts Fund is a charity that was set up within the BBC in 2003 to help everyone achieve their musical ambitions, from choirs, hip hop artists and musical theatre performers to folk musicians. Since its inception the fund has awarded over £3m to aspiring musicians, performers and groups across a range of genres through funding instruments, training and development. To learn more about what the fund does and how you can apply please visit the website www.bbc.co.uk/performingartsfund