September 29th 2pm to 4pm
Waltham Forest Community Hub, (Room 2) 18a Orford Rd, E17 9LN Free event
This two hour course, taught by leading musicianship tutor Selena Kay, will help you understand the basic principles of Western music notation relating to choir scores. By the end of the two hours you should be able to follow the pattern of notes while music is being sung or played, understand where the different vocal and instrumental parts are located, and read/sing a simple tune
Fridays 20th: 6pm / Friday 27th: 5pm & 6pm
Saturdays & Sundays: 12 noon, 1pm, 3pm & 4pm
Langthorne Park, High Road Leytonstone entrance, near E11 4JT Free event
Running time: 30 mins
Breathing Space is a trail around the park where audiences will discover bold celebrations of the daily triumphs we all share.The audience will discover pop up performances including a 5 minute play written by members of the Listen Local writing group, a performance of a piece composed especially for the project by WAVE community choir and an act based on escapology.
Breathing Space is inspired by conversations with Waltham Forest Hearing Voices Group and Waltham Forest Bipolar Group from Harmony Hall. Harmony Hall is a vital community resource which is currently under threat of closure.
This free Learn to Read Music for Choir Members workshop is for anyone who is a member of a choir or is thinking of joining one. This event is hosted by WAVE choir as part of the wonderful Waltham Forest ChoirFest 2019
For more information please visit: Breathing Space: WAVE Choir with The Royal Court Theatre