From: Anna Pedroza [annapedroza_at_yahoo_dot_co_dot_uk]

Sent: 19 February 2012 09:41

Subject: Come to a singing workshop!

Attachments: Harmonic Temple Workshop 2012.doc

 

Dear Colleague,

 

The Acabellas Community Choir is hosting another Harmonic Temple workshop led by
Sarah Pennington and would like to invite you to come!

 

Saturday 21st April 2012

10:00-12.30 and 13.30 -16:00

St Luke's Church, 64 Old Shoreham Road, Brighton (on corner with Stanford Road)

 

Full day 18 (12 concession) or half day 12 (8 concession)

 

All proceeds, after costs, will be donated to charity. Drinks and biscuits provided throughout the day but please bring your own lunch.

 

WHAT IS HARMONIC TEMPLE?

Harmonic Temple is a collection of harmonised chants based upon short, easy to learn phrases drawn from a wide variety of spiritual traditions. The effect of the songs is very powerful and can be deeply felt.  This leads to those singing often developing a greater understanding of community through the power of harmony. 

 

You don't need to read music, or even think of yourself as a singer - just come and join in with a willing mind and an open heart!

 

Sarah Pennington has been singing for 14 years and teaching natural voice for 7 years, with both small and large groups. She is a member of the Natural Voice Practitioners Network and co-founded Big Sing Dorset with Gilo. Her approach is to create a safe space in which everyone can enjoy their voice and experience the magic of harmony singing and the sense of community that it can bring.

 

Listen to some Harmonic Temple songs: http://www.nickomoandrasullah.com/harmonic-temple/

 

TO BOOK

Please complete the attached booking form and send with a cheque (made payable to The Acabellas) by Monday 16 April to:

Jannet King, 48 Stafford Road, Brighton BN1 5P

 

We will not be issuing tickets but will send you an email confirmation.

 

MORE INFORMATION

For any enquiries please contact Jannet:

jannetking_at_sfep_dot_net

01273 509653 or 07979 612 336

 

We hope to see you there!

 

The Acabellas