Singing with Soul! 3 Gospel Singing sessions with Dr Kathy Bullock and Fran Andre

28 Feb—14 Mar 2021 / Online


Date: 28 Feb—14 Mar 2021

Cost: £30 - special price for all three sessions, £12.50 - if booked individually, £10.50 - Low Income Early Bird Concessions (limited number available)

Details: 7.30 - 9.00pm



Run by: Fran Andre

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Singing with Soul!  14th Feb, 28th Feb, 14th Mar, 7.30 – 9.00pm.

Come lift up your voice and sing glorious Gospel songs, with a sprinkling of Soul and Motown with world renowned Gospel expert from the US, Dr Kathy Bullock, and UK Gospel Choir leader, Fran André. These sessions are open to all, and will be on Zoom, so will be upbeat, joyful, celebratory singing events to shake off any winter blues and start to prepare to sing in the spring!

Zoom links will be sent on the day of the event for ease of access. Each session will be standalone with different songs taught, so you can come to any or all of them. Special discounted price for booking upfront for all three.

Dr Kathy Bullock is an educator, scholar, singer, accompanist, arranger and choral conductor who specialises in gospel music, spirituals and classical works by composers from the African diaspora. A Professor Emerita of Music from Berea College in Berea, Kentucky, she is currently teaching, performing, and conducting workshops and other programs on African American music throughout the United States, Europe, and Africa.

Fran André is UK based Gospel Choir leader, leading Soul of the City Gospel Choir in Devon. She specialises in bringing a heartful joy through singing Gospel, Soul, Motown, Funk and Blues. During the first lockdown she led Soul of the City Gospel Choir in creating a fundraising video for NHS Heroes Support to fund essential PPE for frontline staff. The video raised over £10k and was featured on BBC Spotlight News.

We would love to sing with you, so please do come and join us!  Please feel free to spread the word to your choir members, the more the merrier.  Thanks in advance for any support with this.