Improv choir - Woodford
18 Jan 2022 | 05:00 PM
- 07:00 PM
What if you could come together with your friends and community to sing totally original, never before heard songs in the moment, like magic?
You can! Improv choir is a joy-filled workshop with professional musician and improviser Lindsay Drummond. Lindsay will give you the tools, techniques and skills to improvise songs in the moment with a group to create a spontaneous joyful choir!
You don't need to be a singer, you just need to love to sing. Lindsay believes everyone has the ability to improvise. All skill levels are welcome and no experience is necessary.
Facilitator Lindsay is a self-confessed 'improv evangelist'. Lindsay truly believes if everyone in the world did just one improv class, the world (maybe even the universe) would be a better place!
This workshop will give you:
- improvisation skills
- more confidence and spontaneity
- ability to think on your feet
- heightened creativity
- a chance to sing with joy
- connection and self-expression.
What to expect:
- fun and friendly atmosphere
- group singing and improv.
Access and special needs:
- this venue is wheelchair-accessible
- if you require any other special assistance, please get in touch with the Cultural activation team.
Improv choir is suitable for people aged 15 and over. Remember to bring along some water.
Founder of ImprovHub, Lindsay has a Bachelor of Social Science (Behavioural Studies), a Graduate Certificate in Creative and Professional Practice and is a Master Practitioner of NLP. Lindsay has also been a professional musician and entertainer for over 20 years. Lindsay has trained in improv with some of the best and most prominent improvisers in the world, such as Jill Bernard, David Razowsky, Patti Stiles, Heather Uquart, Joe Bill, Carlo Richie, Liz Peters, Stephen Thornton, Armando Diaz and Andrew Eninger.
Lindsay is also the creator of 'Drummond and Friend', a popular online YouTube show where she improvises scenes with other great improvisers from all around the world.
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Tuesday, 18 January 2022 | 05:00 PM
- 07:00 PM
Woodford Library, 1 Elizabeth Street, Woodford 4514 View map