Our teacher

The group is led by Rebecca Knight, former co-leader of Songlines Community Choir.

 

Over the years Rebecca has led International Women's Day workshops and has taught at Unicorn Voice Camps and Sacred Arts Camps.

 

Rebecca is a member of the Natural Voice Network and her teaching style reflects their guidelines (www.naturalvoice.net).

 

 

 Our venue

 

​We are returning to St Mary's Church Upper hall from September. We bid a fond farewell to

Foundry Wood,

and may yet sing there again!

Foundry Wood in the Spring

 

Join us

 

To join the singing group simply click on the contact page and email

Rebecca Knight for details.

 

No audition required.

 

Term dates

Monday 13th September to 29th November

Please note: There's a break on 25th October for half term.

 

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Morning Chorus singing to visitors at a day centre

 Welcome!

 

Morning Chorus is a women's singing group. We have been singing together since 2015.

It is our natural birthright to be able to sing freely whenever or wherever we want.

Take that opportunity!

Bring your creative self and life experience to add to our mix, and sing for health and happiness.

 

We use simple body and voice preparation exercises to allow us to warm up and sing naturally.

 

All songs are taught by ear. No knowledge of reading music is necessary.

 

Our repertoire consists of all sorts of songs, from different traditions, languages and all corners of the globe.

 

All voices welcome. We're singing for the sheer power

and fun of it!

 

We meet once a week to sing outdoors,

enjoying nature in all her elements!

Be part of a friendly community of singers. 

 

Monday mornings at 10.30-11.45am

 

Please email me for more info.

 

 

 

 

 

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Performing at the Waverley Day Centre, Kenilworth

Morning Chorus joins Songlines Community Choir