Coco Love Alcorn hosts singing workshop in Comox

Three-hour workshop takes place Feb. 18

On Monday, Feb. 18 (Family Day stat holiday), singers of all levels of experience are invited to partake in an enriching three-hour singing workshop with Coco Love Alcorn.

Coco is a brilliant, expressive, and groovy Canadian songwriter and performer. Her songs spring from her personal journey and offer a universal interpretation that invites all listeners to jump in and sing along. Many music lovers experienced that deep connection with Coco’s music at Musicfest last summer. And now, here’s your chance to sing with Coco in workshop setting.

This Choral Valley workshop will be held at the Little Red Church on Comox Ave. from 2-5 p.m. Register in advance at www.choralvalley.ca for $45, or take your chances at the door where registration is $50.

Coco will teach songs, lead improvisation exercises, and demonstrate how non-scary and fun song-writing can be. Expect joyful noises and soulful sounds as singers playfully jump into the middle of the moment together.

Coco’s workshops create a space safe for challenging comfort zones and enjoying a truly connected experience.

Together we will explore harmony, groove, blend and our creative sides.

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