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Singing Workshop: Summer with The Beatles

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Course: Singing Workshop: Summer with The Beatles
Tutor: Jo Sercombe
Start Date: 12th April 2018
Start Time: 09.45am
End Time: 4.00pm
Fee: £54.00 What's included?

Who can resist the jaunty melodies, infectious grooves and optimistic lyrics of the Beatles? As kings of the 1960s brit-pop invasion, the Fab Four produced over 200 songs in their 10 years together and secured a place in pop music history as key founders of British Rock 'n' Roll. Come and enjoy singing some of their classics songs with vocal coach Jo Sercombe in this fun group-singing workshop. Among the musical gems will be Penny Lane, a Summer of Love Medley, and a St Pepper-inspired Dreamers collection. There's no need to read music notation and all levels of experience are welcome – give it a go and sing your heart out!
 

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Jo Sercombe

Jo Sercombe is a music graduate from Southampton University and Goldsmith’s University, London. She works locally and nationally as a vocalist, Musical Director and workshop leader and is particularly keen to make singing accessible to all, regardless of skill or experience. Her busy workshops schedule is a testament to her flair for encouraging creativity in others as she travels the country working with adult singing groups, community choirs, schools and colleges, businesses and leisure-time learning institutions. She’s even taken to singing upon the high seas, working with world cruise passengers sailing round the Far East and the Caribbean! Closer to home, she founded and directs the Bath Community Gospel Choir and the LIFTED all-female gospel group, is a lecturer in Choral Voice Work for Actors at Bath Spa University, gigs regularly as a jazz singer and is President of the Priston Music Festival.

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