Hey everyone and doxy.
The video is really enticing. I'm not Pavarotti (He was a tenor anyway, and I am more a bass), but being in a group is a fantastic feeling, especially if you try to outshout your neighbour
Our group was called Inspiration. it's being changed to Breath of Life.
If anybody is in the Whitstable area, we are breaking for summer!!!
But we'll be back from 23rd September at All Saints Hall, Church Street, Whitstable.
The group started by a study at the University of Kent to see if singing is beneficial! It proved to be! But since the study is finished, we also lost the Government support. never mind, we decided to support each other without the government. It worked! The lady who leads the group is going, to study for a master's degree in music. She is accompanied by a guitarist and he is taking over.
I tell you singing badly, like I do, has spurred me into wanting to sing better. so I got the book "Singing for Dummies" and do the suggested exercises, even for so called tone deaf people ( you can heal your pitch deafness!) singing is definitely an enthusiastic activity, I recommend it to you all.
P.S. I have also joined our church choir! ( I don't know if the attendance will increase!)