Come and Sing One-Day Workshop

Saturday 7th April 2018 
Worcester (venue tbc)
9:30am - 5:00pm

Calling all singers!

Why not join Worcester Festival Choral Society and friends for our exhilarating 'Come and Sing' one-day choral workshop on Saturday 7th April 2018?

The classical choral work we will be singing on the day is to be announced soon - watch this space! However, by way of example, on 1st April 2017 participants learned Elgar's Dream of Gerontius, and in April 2016 Mendelssohn's Elijah.

Whatever the work selected, around 150 amateur singers of all kinds will have the chance to either experience a choral classic for the first time, or to brush up on one of your favourite choral gems! 

The venue, to be announced, will be in the heart of the lovely cathedral City of Worcester. Registration will be from 9:30am, with singing starting from 10.15am. The day concludes after an informal performance (which family and friends can attend free of charge!) at the same venue, at around 5:00pm.  

You don't have to have choral experience, but if you can read music you will get the most from the day. Hire of music scores, and free tea and coffee, are provided within the ticket price of £20 (full time students £10). You can also pre-order a delicious packed lunch, or eat at one of Worcester's many cafes or restaurants.

Participation is by pre-booked ticket - downloadable booking/information form and online ticket purchase available on this page soon.  


Photos taken at our 2017 Come and Sing workshop, Dream of Gerontius:


Photos taken at our 2016 Come and Sing workshop, SingalongElijah:


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