Letz Sing fall session begins

The Letz Sing fall session begins the week of September 9.

The Letz Sing fall session begins the week of Sept. 9.

Singing with others creates a sense of wellbeing, solidifies community and gives us an opportunity to create something powerful and beautiful together.

Letz Sing aspires to be an inclusive group that sings weekly in three locations in the Comox Valley. Every voice, whether a seasoned singer or someone who has never sung with others before, is welcome in this growing vocal community.

If the thought of singing with others scares you Letz Sing might be just what you are looking for to help you test the waters of singing in community.

Each weekly lesson includes melodies and harmonies from various cultures and inspirations taught in the oral tradition of call and response. Each session includes a warm up for the body and voice, structured learning of melodies and harmonies, chants and rounds, as well as a chance to sing from an ever-growing repertoire of familiar songs.

Many people report feeling refreshed and energized after singing and scientific evidence is mounting that singing can actually influence cognitive, physical and emotional wellbeing…and, on top of all of that…singing is just plain fun.

Don’t you think it is time you were singing?

Courtenay sings on Mondays 7:30 – 9 p.m.

Lower Native Sons’ Hall.

Comox sings on Tuesdays 10 – 11:30 a.m.

The Lions Den, 1729 Comox Ave  (behind building)

Black Creek sings on Wednesdays 7:30 – 9 p.m.

Halbe Hall, 8369 Island Highway

Tuition $130, there is a sliding scale if the fee amount is difficult.

For more information see www.letzsing.com

— Letz Sing

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