The singing group now has 30 members and growing. Our repertoire is eclectic and we sing a wide variety of songs ranging from easy four line rounds to multi verse, multi part harmony in varied languages, with the focus on Scots, Gaelic, English, Welsh, Zulu, Hebrew, Arabic, Hindi – – -.
Each week there are new and old songs so there is something for everyone who turns up. A learning resource has been set-up online for those that wish to review the songs later or if you have to miss a week. We have time for tea, coffee, cakes and a chat about the songs afterwards.
Everyone has fun and a warm welcome awaits you.
Further details from:-
Colin 01764 682 301
“Colin has been a committed member of Sangstream for many years. Sangstream is keen to support members’ develop their song leadership skills and we’re lucky to have Colin’s skills and commitment to our group. I know that he has developed musical and leadership skills and will be a fine song leader. I strongly recommend Colin and hope that he is well supported in his wonderful idea of starting a local choir.”
“A really joyous and fun personality to sing along with. Colin has attended many of my workshops and tutoring sessions over the years and sings all the parts beautifully. He must now have an enormous repertoire of rounds and songs that he has learned from me and others. This is a super idea to create a local choir in Blackford and I am sure it will be a delight for everyone who joins in.”
“Colin is one of those people that any choral conductor is delighted to have in a team – since becoming involved in Gaelic choirs, he has wholeheartedly and diligently immersed himself in the songs, the language and the challenges of the different arrangements he encounters. It is obvious from his approach that enthusiasm is matched by ability, and he has demonstrated on several occasions initiative and a desire to encourage others to sing for pleasure. I have no doubt that he would make a terrific group leader, and I think Blackford should jump at the chance!”
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