Letz Sing choir is looking for new members. Photo submitted

Every voice welcome at Letz Sing choir

Do you have a longing to sing but find the thought of singing with others is daunting?

Have you been told you do not have a good voice so you never join in singing Happy Birthday?

Are you overwhelmed by the commitment of joining a traditional choir? Letz Sing was created with you in mind.

At Letz Sing every voice is welcome. We believe everyone can sing if given the opportunity and support. Once attention moves from the individual voice to the voice we create together, people are often surprised at the results and how good their voice sounds when singing in harmony with others. During a Letz Sing session, we give our bodies and our minds an opportunity to be engaged in creating something wonderful and in the moment.

You will be singing throughout the whole session.We do not practice or rehearse for a future performance, we are creating, consuming and enjoying the songs, chants, and rounds in the sessions as we sing them.

Each session includes a warm-up for the voice and body, the learning of new songs, chants and rounds in step by step fashion in the tradition of call and response, as well as time each session to sing songs from a growing repertoire of favorites from past terms.

The intention of Letz Sing is to inspire and support people who wish to integrate singing into the rhythm of everyday life.

What could be more fun than learning new songs and creating beautiful harmony with a lovely community of people every week?

For more information see www.letzsing.com

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