Are you waiting for someone else to sing your part so you can follow along?
Do you worry that you'll get lost when you get a new piece of music?
Are you holding back and not contributing fully to your section?
What if you could walk confidently into rehearsal, feel relaxed as you go through a song, and really enjoy the experience instead?
Alto, Confidence Course Graduate
Before I began this course all I knew about reading music was when the notes went up or down on the page, so should my voice.
I sang by ear and repetition, lots of it, to learn something complicated.
Then your lessons came along.
Going through the course I learned what all that stuff on the page meant and what I was supposed to do with it.
It was like a map that now I had the key to.
I am so happy I took this course!
Music is a powerful force and you deserve to give it your all. We all remember those times when for a moment you feel that you experienced something out of this world.
Contributing fully gives you greater ownership in those experiences. You are no longer a just a participant but a leader.
Your voice is beautiful.
Your joy is unmistakable.
And your heart? Definitely all in.
Don’t let reading the notes hold you back.
Contribute fully to your choir with the confidence that comes from being able to read and sing your part.
Choir Confidence Course Includes:
Learn what ALL those symbols mean
(b, #, natural) and how they affect the note you’re singing.
How to identify intervals so you can find that elusive pitch when the notes leap around. (Some of those composers are diabolical aren’t they?)
Step by step (pun intended) guidance on singing everything from a 2nd to an octave!
Read and practice rhythms so you keep the correct time.
Altos from around the world are stoically singing while secretly sweating.
“I’m holding up rehearsal.”
“I feel inadequate.”
Searching for your starting note doesn’t have to strike fear into your heart.
Singing in the choir is your escape and source of joy. It’s your time to shine! You know you have a great voice, and you deserve to sing with confidence.
Learning the basics of music and sight reading can ensure that your voice helps the choir and you never have to feel like you’re holding back again.
Want a Sneak Peak?
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