WinterSongs Workshop with Jenny Goodman

26 Nov 2016 / Warwickshire


Date: 26 Nov 2016

Cost: £15 in advance £17 on the day

Details: 2 til 5 pm

Location: Unitarian Chapel, High St, Warwick CV34 4AX



Run by: Jenny Goodman

Contact details: 07984 584923

Further information:

Escape from the hustle and bustle of the pre-Christmas rush and stress for an afternoon of acapella singing. Learn a range of wintery songs from folk carols to contemporary original arrangements to motown on the theme of winter. Winter is a time of dark nights and cold days when all you want to do is snuggle by the fire but traditionally it is also a time to come together to feast and celebrate through food, song and dancing – binding our communities together and keeping spirits strong. So why not give YOURSELF a treat by coming a sharing song with others?

All songs taught by ear so no previous experience needed. No solo singing (except by choice!) and no auditions – this is about the power and joy of singing together

The venue is a beautiful chapel with fabulous acoustics and a garden (if you want some fresh air or its a bright sunny winters day). It is on the main street in Warwick so very central – the bus station is just round the corner, the train station is about 15/20 mins walk. If you are driving parking in Warwick can be tricky so give yourself plenty of time to find a space.

To book contact Jenny on or 07984 584923.

Here’s some comments from participants in Jenny’s workshops:

“What I love is that you get a real sense of achievement very quickly – Jenny has the ability to bring the harmonies together with ease so you are soon making a lush, beautiful sound together.”

“I don’t sing with a regular choir so it’s brilliant to get the buzz and feelgood factor of singing with others in an easy bite-size afternoon workshop.”

“Jenny is simply one of the best teachers around – patient, encouraging, knowledgeable, clear – she creates an atmosphere which is relaxed, friendly and fun.”

“I love Jenny’s warm ups – I feel my voice has been cared for and my voice is really “in” my body before we even start singing.”