The Free Range Singers are Back This Fall!
We will continue to fulfill our three-part mission through fun, social singing:
If anyone wants to sing with us, we do our best to support and celebrate their participation, whether they have had years of music making or have been afraid to sing even in the shower.
We sing as a way to be present in our bodies, a way to be playful in spirit, a way to develop heartfelt connections with each other, and a way to keep our minds sharp as we grow and learn.
Our material comes from many sources, old and new, local and international, oral and written, and we seek to express the fullness of human emotion and experience in song.
This growing community chorus-experience will begin again the week of March 15, with evening meetings: Tuesday evenings 7-8:30 at the UU Church.
Spring 2016 will comprise a twelve-week session, open to drop in participation as well as committed singers, with optional performances in the local community:
--Winters Youth Day Parade April 30
--Whole Earth Festival May 6-8 (time TBD)
This session will include marching, body percussion, hand percussion, and other fun elements to add into our parade experience! With support from veteral marcher Linda Birse.
This session of the Free Range Singers includes:
--Laura's ginger tea and snacks at every rehearsal!
--Website support in the form of rehearsal recordings, videos, printable sheet music or lyrics, and more. If you need a printed packet of songs, please let me know.
--Singing to express your full range and free your true voice.
--All voices welcome-- no audition.
--Variety of repertoire-- music from many traditions, styles from playful to serious, simple to complex. Also featuring original songs and arrangements by Laura Sandage or other local songwriters. Much of our material will be learned by ear.
--Activities to build your musical skills and exercise your brain, body, and spirit.
--Suggested donation: $8-$12 per rehearsal or as you are able. Contribute on a schedule that suits you, in an amount that suits you. No one misses choir because of money!