Gareth Malone watch out! Bournemouth’s Learn to Sing is back!!

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Gareth Malone watch out! Bournemouth’s Learn to Sing is back!!

We would like to “teach the world to sing” and raise funds for the Bournemouth Hospital Charity. Bournemouth Male Voice Choir’s “Learn2Sing” is a free ten-week course for men who would love to improve their singing skills.   This internationally renowned choir want to encourage singing for men and promote the health benefits of singing.  The course will end with a concert in aid of the Bournemouth Hospital Charity in the Lighthouse Concert Hall, Poole.

The course is open to all men who can travel to the rehearsal venue, commit to the ten-week course and are available to sing in the final concert on 28 April 2017.   This completely free course starts on Tuesday 31 January 2017 and will culminate in a performance alongside the Bournemouth Male Voice Choir on Friday 28 April in The Lighthouse Concert Hall in Poole.

All profits from the course final concert will go to the Bournemouth Hospital Charity.  The choir will be specifically helping fundraise for the Urology Department for Men’s Health/Cancer Treatment.

Learn to Sing will be held at Bournemouth Male Voice Choir’s rehearsal venue at Norwood Place, Pokesdown Bournemouth. BH5 2AT.  To find out more or to register for the course please email or call the Musical Director on 07376 199817

Bournemouth Male Voice Choir are one of England’s best known men’s choirs; the choir has toured throughout the UK and in Europe, has recorded and broadcast extensively and gives around 30 concerts each year in Dorset and surrounding counties. The choir has over fifty auditioned members and “are serious about their music but not too serious about themselves”.

Any questions please call Mark Burstow on 07376 199817 or Malcolm Jenkins on 07505 370017.

The members share the love of a broad range of music and are keen to learn and develop. The repertoire ranges from Morley, Mendelssohn and Schubert to Eric Whitacre, from Rachmaninoff to Morten Lauridsen, Take That, Snow Patrol, Metallica and Seal.  The choir believe their concert repertoire has something for all tastes, both in terms of the enjoyment for audience and for the singers.  Bournemouth Male Voice Choir make no apology for constantly searching for new highs in their music making, seeking new experiences that will compliment the old.  Their motto is “Proud of our past but looking to the future”.