Busso Choir Workshop
If you’re the type of person who likes to sing, then the Busso Choir Workshop is for you!
If you’re the type of person who likes to sing in a choir, but can’t get to weekly rehearsals, then the Busso Choir Workshop is for you!
If you’re the type of person who likes to sing and share music with an audience and other choirs alike, then the Busso Choir Workshop is for you!
Come along for a day of choral 4 part music making sure to be filled with lots of learning and laughter, led by Louise Bell of Bell’s Inspired Music, in conjunction and collaboration with The New Rechoirments. The workshop will be followed by a concert to showcase all that you’ve learned.
- The day workshop runs from 10am (sharp) to 4pm, with a one hour lunch break (BYO lunch)
- Cost includes a cuppa and biccie or two, with music provided as required
Friends, family, and music-loving locals are invited to join us from 3-4pm for a concert showcasing the outcomes of the day, featuring performances by The New Rechoirments.
About Louise Bell
Louise Bell - teacher, singer, instrumentalist and fire twirler. What more could you want from a conductor and musical director?! With a wealth of choral experience both on the podium and in the choir, a Music Performance degree and Masters of Vocal Music up her sleeve, you will be in safe hands.
Having taught music to all kind of groups, of all kinds of ages, Louise will work with you through the day, (with a little help from her friends) all the while filling your heart with the joy of singing in a 4 part choir.
About The New Rechoirments
The New Rechoirments are your friendly neighbourhood choir. Founded in 2013 and hailing from the suburbs of Perth, they share a love of singing together, cups of tea and cake. The New Rechoirments are an acapella SATB choir who sing everything from gospel to pop to highland ballads, creating wholesome harmonies mixed with playful energy. The New Rechoirments have performed at festivals in Perth, Denmark, Dunsborough, Busselton and Guildford under the musical direction of Louise Bell.