Singing Out for Christmas with Avon Harmony

November 08 2013

Avon Harmony Chorus group is holding a workshop this month for women wanting to know more about singing four-part harmony.

Avon Harmony Chorus group is holding a workshop this month for women wanting to know more about singing four-part harmony.

Just Sing Out for Christmas on November 30 will be suitable for any women who enjoy singing. By the end of the session at Alma Church in Clifton, attendees will have learned to sing at least one Christmas song in a four-part, unaccompanied close harmony.

In the evening, women will have the opportunity to join the chorus on stage for an informal free concert for family, friends and members of the public.

The group welcomes new members regardless of age or ability.

Avon Harmony rehearses at Fairfield High School, in Horfield, every Thursday evening.

The group will also be holding a concert for the Sue Ryder Foundation in Portishead and will be taking part in a Vintage Fayre at Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire, as well as singing in shopping centres around Bristol during the run up to Christmas.

More information about the workshop and about the chorus in general visit: www.avonharmony.co.uk or on facebook.com/avonharmony.

Avon Harmony promotes making music whilst having fun