Music Making and Learning for Adults 2013 - 14

Project: Singing (Spring Term)

Gateshead Old Town Hall

This choir is voice tested and also requires you to read music.

This a cappella ensemble focuses on a particular composer or theme from the classical tradition each term. A year on from studying music by Stanford and his students, for the Autumn term, Project: Singing will turn once again to English choral music.

2013 marks the centenary of Benjamin Britten and there will be a particular focus on his work. As well as works by contemporaries of Britten, this terms repertoire will also include music by the early masters Tallis and Byrd.

To arrange a voice test please email

Ability Level Indicator

You’re a confident musician looking to perfect your skills and use your knowledge and experience to their full potential. Sessions are likely to be genre specific with performance as a key element of the group’s aims. You may be required to audition. An open mind, commitment and a willingness to enjoy is essential.

Book for the year (x3 terms) and save
Full price per year £177 Concession price per year £99. (Ticket Office Only)

Double Up Deal
Enrol onto one class and get any other class at the concessionary rate (termly classes only).

Concessions are available for people over 60, members of the Silver Programme, students and people in receipt of benefits. If you enrol for one of our activities and decide that it isn’t right for you, we will offer you a full refund as long as you let us know within your first three weeks of attending. Once you’ve enrolled, we will send you a ticket which you will need to retain and bring along to your first session.

Part of Music Making and Learning for Adults 2013-14

All terms are 11 weeks long and include a half term break. Where possible we try to tie in our half term break with that of Gateshead schools, however, this is not always possible. Summer Term Monday 28th April – 20th July, 2014 Half term: Tuesday 17th June – 22nd June Monday classes...

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