Singing for Pleasure group in Patcham

Singing for Pleasure group in Patcham

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Forget All Your Troubles &
Sing! Sing! Sing!

Singing for Pleasure have just opened

their 4th Brighton Singing group in Patcham

Following the success of their other 3 singing groups Simon, Robert and Corinne opened their 4th Singing group in Patcham Brighton on 18th oct 2012

Everyone of all ages and singing abilities are welcome to join Singing for Pleasure.

Singing for pleasure has now opened in Patcham providing another great opportunity to sing your hearts out for pleasure for health & for charity. Just come along and join us every Thursday at the Methodist Church Hall Ladies Mile Road. No need to read music, no auditions and don’t worry if you think you can’t sing, as part of the sessions Simon gets everyone in tune with some easy and fun singing exercises. Sing for Pleasure is a very sociable and friendly group. Come along from 2pm-3pm each Thursday. Call Corinne or Robert on 01273 555089 for More Information

What exactly is “Singing for Pleasure”?

It’s just that, “Singing for Pleasure” everyone comes a long and has fun, once Simon gets playing there’s not a long face in the room. No one is listening or looking at anyone else, so there’s no need to be shy, just let rip and sing to your hearts content.
Singing for pleasure has now opened in Patcham providing another great
opportunity to sing your hearts out for pleasure for health & for charity come
along and join us every Thursday at the Methodist Church Hall Ladies Mile Road
no need to read music no auditions don’t worry if you can’t sing we are a very
sociable and friendly group from 2pm-3pm tel for Information Corinne or Robert
01273 555089

Fantastic Health benefits as well!

Apart from making everyone feel great, there are even more health benefits with Singing for Pleasure.

  • Reduce stress and improve mood
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Boost the immune system
  • Improve breathing
  • Reduce perceived pain
  • Improve a sense of rhythm
  • Promote learning in children
  • Forge comforting memories
  • Promote communal bonding
  • Provide comfort
  • Motivate and empower

Simon the Conductor and Musical director of
“Singing for Pleasure”.

Your in great hands with Simon!

Simon Gray, conductor and musical director of Singing for Pleasure, studied at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and enjoys a varied musical career encompassing a wide range of musical styles from pantomime and children’s shows to opera and the concert platform.

He was principal conductor for both Regency Opera and English Festival Opera and has made guest appearances with European Chamber Opera, and English Country Garden Opera as well as many smaller companies.

He has conducted concerts at the Royal Festival Hall, The Royal Albert Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and St John’s Smith Square as well as many other venues around the UK. He has conducted opera and major touring musicals, as well as West End shows and has musically directed pantomimes with a host of stars.

In 2007 year he had the honour to conduct the 200th anniversary celebration of The Theatre Royal, Brighton.

In 2008 & 2009 Simon was invited to Norway where he took up a position as Choir Master on board the MS Midnatsol as she cruised the Norwegian coastline. Performing beneath the Northern Lights is a wonderful experience!

You can find out more about Simon at his website www.musictheatre2000.com.

Robert and Corinne Blass

Robert and Corinne have been involved in show groups for over 30 years having produced big Musical shows in Brighton over the last 10 years raising over £150 000 for local charities.

They both organise all the Singing for Pleasure events, joining in with the singing as well as assisting all the members of the four groups.

Where to find Singing for Pleasure.

You can find the Singing Groups at the following venues:

Venues

Tuesday daytime sessions take place at
St Phillip’s Church Hall,
New Church road,
Hove, BN3 4BB.
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Wednesday daytime sessions take place at the
Methodist Church Hall,
Southwick Street,
Southwick, BN42 2NA.
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Wednesday evening sessions are at
St Leonard’s Church Hall,
Glebe Villas,
Hove, BN3 5SN.
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Thursday afternoon sessions are at the
Methodist Church Hall,
Ladies Mile Road,
Patcham, BN1 8QE.
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Open to all aged 15 or over.

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Times

Tuesday afternoons at St Phillip’s Church Hall.

  • Doors open 2.00pm
  • Singing from 2.20pm to 3.20pm

Wednesday afternoons at Southwick Methodist Church Hall.

  • Doors open 2.00pm
  • Singing from 2.45pm to 4.00pm

Wednesday evenings at St Leonard’s Church Hall.

  • Doors open 5.30pm
  • Singing from 5.50pm to 6.50pm
  • NEW! Classical section will follow the main singing session.

NEW! Thursday afternoons at Patcham Methodist Church Hall.

  • From 18th October 2012
  • Doors open 1.45pm
  • Singing from 2.00pm

Prices

  • Trial session just £3.50.
  • Course of 10 classes for only £5 each.
  • Regular single session fee £7.00.

 

For more information call Robert or Corinne on 01273 555089

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Thursday Club

Thursday Club

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The Thursday Club

St Philips Church Hall

New Church Road Hove

The Thursday Club meets every other Thursday of the month.

The hall is situated at the rear end of the church and accessed   New Church Road.

If you arrive for the first time ask for Veronica or Gloria.

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