The Bridge choir sings for fun so anyone is welcome to come along and have a go. There’s no need to be able to read music and lyric sheets are provided.
At our fun and relaxed choir sessions you will learn vocal technique, rhythm, pitch and harmony. Each session involves a series of musical games and exercises, and we learn and rehearse a selection of pop songs for our repertoire. We do occasional gigs and go to events and performances together. If you want to join a lovely group of people to also sing with this is the choir for you.
You don’t need to bring anything. Refreshments, lyrics and music are provided and learnt on the night.
If you would like some further information please contact Roos at email@example.com or call on 07412722844
Time & Date: Every Monday 7pm-8.30pm
location: The Bridge, 73 – 81 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 0NQ
Price: First session FREE / £50 every 6 weeks / £34 for 6 weeks concession / £11 pay as you go / £6.50 concession (Student, unemployed, 65+) *If you miss a lesson, you can come to the Wednesday choir (Bethnal Green) for free!*
“I’ve been a member of The Bridge Choir for three and a half years now, during which time the group has really grown. I particularly like Roos’ “no pressure, no hierarchy” approach. Everyone is given equal chance to shine if they’d like to – or to blend into the masses if they’re less confident (like me!) Singing gives me a much needed injection of energy on a Monday night – there’s a great atmosphere during the classes which spills over into general socialising outside lessons. There’s always someone suggesting a fun activity! I highly recommend the choir for meeting new friends and as a great form of stress relief – something many of us Londoners need!” Kate
”Hey Roos, I meant to say that I really enjoy the choir! You’re a great choir leader with the right energy, enthusiasm and patience. 3 stars for you! (3 out of 3 that is!)” – Eva Oller, Choir member
“Roos is a really good music teacher! I sang in her choir few times and really liked it! She starts with some breathing exercises which are great for the stomach and the way you will manage the air that you breath in and out when you sing. she also makes us do other exercises that are good before singing. I sang for 10 years in a music school when I was younger and was wondering if I would enjoy a smaller choir but I did as she really takes the time to make sure that everyone got everything right and she makes us sing wonderfully together way before the end on the class.” – Marie Basset, Choir member
“Roos teaches our little choir club once a week. In each session, Roos helps us improve the practical side of singing as well as ensuring everyone is having great time. She’s brilliant at bringing the people together, helping ones (usually me) who needs a little catch-up while she maintains to improve the group’s performance every week. And most importantly, her bright and friendly personality makes her a fantastic lead of our group. Highly recommended.” – Hanae Seida, Choir member