Join us this February half term for a free, two day workshop aimed at young men whose voices that have changed, and are therefore looking to experiment with their new sound. We will be exploring lots of repertoire for male voices in a safe and friendly environment.
Led by BBC Singer Stevie Jeffes, along with all of the tenors and basses from the BBC Singers, the Breaking Voices project utilises the skills and talents of these professionals who will share their knowledge to give the young men confidence and help make their transition as smooth as possible.
The workshop is free to attend and open to any young men, but booking is essential.
To reserve your place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
A word from the project leader Stevie: Your new voice has bags of potential and a good start can really help you flourish. Come and tap in to the knowledge and experience of the tenors and basses of the BBC Singers as they hold a vibrant and friendly 2 day course intended for those who want to develop their voices further. Tailor made for those whose voices have started to settle, this course will help you find your true natural sound, as well as sharpening up your harmony and leading qualities. No girls aloud! Held in an environment in which to experiment and discover your true potential as a vital ingredient for any choir – why not come and learn some new skills and have a laugh too!
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