group and private music lessons in Birmingham

Currently teaching for 2016:

Saturday 12.15-1.45pm at Thimblemill Library, Bearwood, B67 5RJ.

Spring term 1 - 7th January to 6th February. 6 weeks £55

Spring term 2 - 27th February to 11th March. 5 weeks £45

Have you always wanted to sing but never found the time?

Would you like to be part of a friendly no-musical-snobbery-allowed choir and learn how to sing in harmony?

Are you able to allocate 90 minutes for yourself each week to learn?

Learning to sing in a group requires merely that you relax, learn a few basic principles, and build upon these principles with regular practice. Whether you want to improve your voice for solo singing, or learn to read notation for multi-part harmonic pieces, studying in a group will help.

I run group singing courses for all ages and abilities, singing a range of music from contemporary pop and rock to Eastern European folk songs and 16th Century Elizabethan madrigals. My students teach me as much as I teach them!

I use Sibelius 7 to provide you with bespoke score sheets enabling you to sing songs in a key that suits your voice.

Course Testimonials 2012:

'My confidence has grown enormously - I've been able to fulfil a lifelong dream!' Kathie.H, Acocks Green

'I have enjoyed singing in a group, learning harmonies and meeting lovely people. Thanks Scott!' Sue M, Harborne.

'It has been so much fun. I can hardly keep the smile off my face!' Joanie B, Yardley.

'This course has really helped me understand harmony - it's great' Sandra R, Yardley.

'I have achieved things I didn't realise I could do'. Teresa G, Hodge Hill.

'I've learnt so much about music and singing. Fantastic!' John C. Edgbaston.

'I'd certainly recommend the course, even if you don't have confidence in your own voice.' Yvonne C, Selly Oak.

'Thanks for a super course. See you again in September!' Sylvia U, Hall Green.

It's given me confidence and it just goes to show just have a go , and I would and do recommend the classes' Fran M, Wythall.

'I loved the challenge of tackling more advanced harmonies in a supportive and relaxed setting; gain in confidence; chance to review and refresh basic  ability to read music---not done any serious reading of music since I finished piano lessons at the age of 18!!!' Cicely T, Hall Green.

Aim of course:

Sing a range of songs in unison and in harmony

What will I do on the course?

Explore some beautiful choral music and songs in two part harmony

Learn how to sing lead and backing vocals for popular songs

Sing parts from memory

Sing parts following simple notation

Perfect performance techniques

Do a small performance!

Ring Scott on 07795176840 and book your place now!

Short video from MICM02 Two Part Harmony 'Vibe Singers' group Yardley, June 2012.


Ring Scott on 07795176840 to book your place!



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