Workshop: Fear of singing
For "non-singers" and beginners, Sunday, Dec. 9, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Stone Church Center, 20 Church St. Bellows Falls. Registration is required, contact 603-721-1492 Information: fearofsinging.com
A Fear of Singing breakthrough workshop:For "non-singers" and beginners on Sunday, Dec. 9 at the Stone Church Center in Bellows Falls
BELLOWS FALLS — Nancy Salwen, of The Fear of Singing Breakthrough Program, is offering a full-day singing workshop/retreat for adults and teens, with a special focus on beginners called, Fear of Singing: Learn to Sing Even If You Think You Can't Carry a Tune!
"I'm always amazed at the level of group trust, support and camaraderie that develops every time I lead one of these workshops," says Salwen. "Almost right away, the power of singing brings people together and transcends our differences and our fears."
This workshop is an opportunity for anyone who wishes they could sing to take the first steps, as well as for people with some singing experience who would like to feel more comfortable and expressive with their voice. Participants will explore their voices in supportive and fun way, using games, improvisations and accessible songs from around the world, taking away useful techniques to help them practice at home if they wish.
Nancy is a certified Music Together teacher and a graduate of Music for People's Musicianship and Leadership program. She is the author book, "The Fear of Singing Breakthrough Program: Learn to Sing Even if You Think You Can't Carry a Tune!" available in local bookstores and on Amazon. In addition she teaches singing lessons privately, runs early childhood music programs, and leads music-based team building workshops.
The workshop will take place on Sunday, Dec. 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Stone Church Arts Center in Bellows Falls. Registration is required. To sign up or learn more, contact Nancy at 603-721-1492, email@example.com or through her website fearofsinging.com/bellows-falls-dec/.
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