Frequently Asked Questions
Is there an age limit?
These workshops are for anyone from 16 to 60+, although predominantly arranged for adults.
Are there facilities for people with special needs?
Yes. Wheelchair access is very good and singers with impaired vision and hearing have regularly attended previous workshops.
Do I need to be able to read music?
No. All parts are taught by ear.
Do I need to be an experienced singer?
No. All are welcome. We are all inclusive-if you can talk you can sing!
How many parts are there?
It varies, but usually we split into Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass.
How will I know which part to sing?
The choice is yours. You are free to choose the part you like most or feel most comfortable singing and you can switch parts throughout the day if you wish.
Will I have to sing solo?
No. The emphasis is on group singing in harmony.
Do I have to bring anything?
Please bring vegetarian food to share for the the buffet lunch. If you wish you can bring meat/fish and not share it. It’s also a good idea to bring a bottle of water, although tap water is available.
What about refreshments?
Tea and coffee and biscuits are available throughout the day.
Are concessions available?
There are no set criteria, however, we want Sing in Herts to be available to all, no matter their circumstances. Please contact us if you wish to pay a lower amount or have a free place.
For more information please see On the Day.