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On 3 May 2021, at 9:57 pm, [email protected] wrote:Thanks Duncan !!!Guys: I went into the website: U3A Shoalhaven – 2021 (u3anet.org.au) then I became a member ($0 cost) and then paid $20 to enroll in the “Learn to Sing” class. Easy !!!The membership to U3A (University of the Third Age) is open to anyone, no age limit or no prereq. I will call them tomorrow morning to find out more details. Will update the team once I get that too.RaulOn Mon, 3 May 2021 at 21:00, <[email protected]> wrote:Greetings dancers who might be singers…The link to the singing introductory classes offered through U3A (University of the third age) by an experienced “Lydian Singers” singer is here below.I presume that one would need to join the U3A group first.. ?RegardsDuncan
then select “History, Culture, Languages” button
Course starts Wednesday 5 May.
“LEARN TO SING
Enjoy the many proven health benefits singing provides – better brain
health from increased blood oxygen levels, improved mental health and body
posture and lowered stress levels among many others.
The fact is that just about everyone can learn to sing well! Take the
Learn the techniques of correct breathing; support the sound of your voice,
sing with effortless strength, project your sound and sing with expression.
Sing higher notes or lower notes with ease and no vocal strain.
Build and expand singing skills through practice and coaching by a
professional singer. Develop a smooth, connected voice across your range.
Enjoy singing with others in unison and in parts.
Fee $20.00 per Term
Tutor: Ona Frazier Enquiries: 02 4424 0216
11:30am-12:30pm CWA Nowra 39 Berry St NOWRA
Classes: 5/5 12/5 19/5 26/5 2/6 9/6 16/6 23/6″
Dance Therapy GroupOn Mon, 3 May 2021 at 11:32, <[email protected]> wrote:Hi RaulYes Duncan and I are both Altos.We have looked at most of the videos.Looking forward to dancing tonight.StephanieOn Mon, May 3, 2021 at 10:50 AM <[email protected]> wrote:Hello All:Have you gone through the choir tutorials and exercises?I did, and here is my feedback:– first video is short an useful, something I could do every day a bit– second video is a bit long, but very educational – give it a try, I agree with the guy and we sing with the whole body not just with our vocal cords– third is great but tough, had to do it about 4 times … lowest for me is C3, and highest is D5 (without putting pressure on my voice) and I think that makes me an ALTO … wow! I had no idea !! what are you?<image.png>– the fourth video I just LOVE ! I did the scales and triads a few times, perhaps this is something we could do as a team– fifth video is GREAT for a choir guys! we must do this together when ready– sixth video was good from a knowledge perspective, do it once and let's keep it there as referenceThen I did the song a few times. Actually, I am happy with the key of the song performed by Keala, but Sue is correct in that we must have a key that works for most in the team. I can sing the one Sue suggested (karaoke) well too. Have you tried them?See you later 6pm today, NO CHOIR SINGING just yet guys !! but let's talk about your experience with all this tonight.Raul
CHOIR tutorials & song practice
Me too. I'm an Alto. It's not fair. I want to be a bass!!! I wonder if singing lessons might help?
On Tue, 4 May 2021 at 16:01, <[email protected]> wrote: