Date: 17 Mar 2018
Location: Midhurst Methodist Church GU29 9DR
Run by: Anna Tabbush
With Emily Barden, Mark Heppell and Anna Tabbush
Join our three experienced and energetic choir-leaders for a day of uplifting harmony singing. You don’t need any previous experience and all music will be taught by ear so no need to be able to read music either. Just come along and join in the fun!
To book your place on Spring Sing, contact Anna by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Spaces are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Emily Barden is an experienced choral leader and vocal arranger who currently runs several adult Community Choirs. She works professionally as a singer and composer, touring with artists from the worlds of rock through to opera, as a backing vocalist and choir director.
Emily is also a singer songwriter, performing acoustically both as a solo artist and alongside other musicians. She plays piano and guitar and sings a wide variety of songs, from country/folk inspired originals to well loved classic songs and jazz standards.
Mark Heppell started inChoir in East Grinstead in February 2009 and there are now 14 adult branches of inChoir with around 1100 members. Mark is responsible for many of the inChoir arrangements. He is an experienced MD and has worked on many shows in and around Sussex including The King and I, The Wizard of Oz and Les Miserables.
Mark also plays keyboard in local function band The Outfit and works regularly as accompanist and teacher. He also tells the most appalling jokes, so if you know any better ones, please let him know.
Anna Tabbush is a choir conductor, arranger, singer and fiddle player based in Midhurst, West Sussex. She has set up over 20 community choirs in the South East, most of which are still singing under the directorship of conductors she has mentored. She currently runs 5 choirs including Horsell Community Choir and Guildford Vox Community Choir. Her choral arrangements of traditional and contemporary songs from Britain and around the world are sung by community choirs across the country.