North Tyneside's Social Singing Project
Our vision is to improve the mental health and wellbeing of people in the community
Choir leaders Paul McDermott and Irene Anderson know from experience and research that singing in a group brings real physical , mental and emotional benefits.
Thinking you can`t sing or don`t have a great voice doesn’t mean that you shouldn`t sing and enjoy the real joy it brings
'Just because you think you can't sing it doesn't mean that you shouldn't'
Update: DUE TO CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS THE CHOIR IS UNABLE TO MEET TO REHEARSE.
we have set up a private group on facebook for our choir members to access some pre-recorded video's and playback of live video's. You will need a facebook account to access it - click here
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Can't Sing Choir was launched on the 1st June 2016 as a 6 week pilot we had such great results we decided to continue and we are now well established in North Tyneside click here to view our video
click here to see our list of events
What can you expect in a social singing session?
We recently took part in an initial pilot project for a community opera called 'Home', led by Timothy Burke, involving the Northern Sinfonia, Backworth Male Voice Choir and soloist Anna Huntley. It was a fantastic opportunity for us take part in something different and we are proud to have been involved.
To find out more about the project click here
Some basic guidelines to improve your singing , breathing and posture.
A real sense of joy and fun with our choice of songs and our informal way of teaching.
A supportive group atmosphere so that everyone feels comfortable & welcomed.
And most importantly.. belting out some good tunes !