Launching expat pop and musical choir Vocality

Launching expat pop and musical choir “Vocality”

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In March this year a new choir for expats in the Rotterdam / The Hague area will begin.

Pop and musical choir Vocality is specially for expats who like to sing pop and musical songs.

The repertoire of the choir consists of songs from the 60’s and 70’s till present date. Choir arrangements have been made for songs of The Beatles, Supertramp, Melee, Krezip, Robbie Williams, Ed Sheeran and many others. Also songs from musicals like Miss Saigon, Sister Act, Evita, Cabaret and Get on your feet will be introduced.

We use a method that enables people to sing without scores. We do not organise auditions. Everyone who likes to sing is welcome.

The arrangements (in general 3/4 voices-satb) are provided on audio tapes (MP3’s). Professionals have recorded the individual voices from which you can choose to sing. Each member choses 1 voice to practise. The MP3’s are provided digitally so everyone can practice at random time. Lyrics are included.

Rehearsals are organised weekly.

We welcome participants on either Saturday’s or Sunday’s, depending on individual preferences. Registration in advance is appreciated.

Special about the new choir is that people are singing without notes and that for each song individually choices can be made on the voice (soprano/alto/tenor/bass) you want to practice and sing. There is no audition.
The method is easily accessible for people who do not read notes and people that do. The organisation supplies the music and songs via MP3 files digital. In this way songs can be practiced wherever and at any time it suits you.
Songs from the 60’s - 70’s till present time will be brought in. The rehearsals are offered weekly in the weekend. A professional coach (english spoken) will accompany the choir weekly to ensure that people sing the correct notes in a healthy way.
Interested to learn more about this initiative? Please visit the website or send an e-mail to:
Singing makes you happy, it gives energy and it is healthy.

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