The summer school sessions are aimed at non-music readers with some previous singing experience. However music readers and experienced singer will still find the events enjoyable.
The proposed events will be held in the El Santuario de Saliente Alto from 10:00 until 14:00 with a break for tea or coffee, then followed by a 'menu del dia' lunch.
The events are open to members of the Incognito Singers and non-members.
The estimated cost of the each event is 15€ (for members of the Incognito Singers) and 20€ (for non-members), which includes lunch (at 12.50€) plus tea/coffee and tuition.
You will need to bring with you a pencil and some paper.
For more information or show your interest please post a comment below.
Since moving to Spain 3 years ago, my singing aspirations and skills honed over many years, have been diminishing slowly through the seeming necessity to concentrate on other things! This has been in the main fairly reasonable but there has always been a continuing ‘niggle’ in my head, along with perceived deterioration in my vocal ability, to cause me some frustration!
We received the following testimonial from one of our new members and checked we could post it on our website.
I joined The Incognito Singers just 2 weeks ago.
Here are some of the unwritten rules of music to observe at rehearsals.
And if that didn't whet your appetite, here are a few classic jokes about musicians and singers.
Q - How many Sopranos does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
A - One, but all she has to do is stand on a chair, hold the bulb and expects the world to revolve around her!
Q - How many Altos does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
A - Two, one to screw it in and the other to say "Isn't that a little high for you?"
Q - How many Tenors does it take to change a lightbulb?
A - Four, one to change it while the other three moan that they could have got that high too!
Q - How many Basses does it take to change a lightbulb?
A - None, they can't get that high!
And finally just in case you thought the Conductor had got away with it:
Q - How long does it take for the conductor to change a lightbulb?
A - No one knows, as they weren't watching!