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Singing at the Monastery

Singing at the Monastry

This event/weekend workshop is all about group acapella singing and connecting to the spirit of community through harmony. Set in a picturesque mud brick Monastery nestled in the hillside village of Stroud. We gather our songs from all over the world including gospel, jazz, world folk, African, contemporary music styles and originals.
Lead by accomplished percussionists Brian and Suze, drumming will accompany the music and you may even learn some body percussion.

Where | Stroud Monastry
When | Thursday 27 – Sunday 30 March
Cost & Accommodation | Three options on offer from $320 to $480
Price includes; breakfast, lunch, dinner plus morning & afternoon tea for three days. Offsite option does not include breakfast.
Booking | Online

Both Suze and Brian are dynamic teachers, highly skilled conductors, voice coaches and performers with more than 40 years experience between them. Their positive approach helps workshop participants experience the joy of singing in a relaxed and nurturing environment, have fun and create beautiful harmonies.
At the end of the course participants will put on a concert to raise money for the local Rural Fire Service.

Sunday 30 March

Singing at the Monastry – Fundraising Concert

All proceeds going to the Stroud Rural Fire Service



One Comment on “Singing at the Monastry”

  1. Noeline Banova March 4, 2014 at 1:55 pm #

    We still have a few beds left at the Monastery and plenty of Camping and Offsite Options please visit our website http://www.singingatthemonastery.com for more details.

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