A group of people gather on stage, to the left a man sings into a microphone

About Let us Sing Group Class (PE04 Spring)

Find your voice in a group setting and project it with confidence, whether you feel you can’t sing or are an established singer who wants to improve and gain confidence.

What will you learn on this course?

This course will help you develop your confidence when singing and strengthen your vocal skills while learning how to care for your voice. No prior musical knowledge or singing experience is required.

The average session includes a vocal warm up, learning group songs, a short break to chat to your fellow Let Us Sing members, a musical game to work on coordination and/or aural skills, and a run through of the songs you have worked on.

You will learn how to develop your voice through:

  • Vocal exercises and warm ups
  • Musical technique
  • Aural perception and listening skills
  • Skills in pitch, diction and voice care

Sessions include a mixture of whole group singing, either in unison or up to 3-part harmony. The musical content is largely decided by the students with some songs chosen by the tutor. You will be encouraged to try a broad range of musical genres and styles.

At the end of each term there will be a showcase performance in the Hexagon Theatre with the Let Us Sing Solo singers. If you are interested in solo singing instead of/as well group singing, please see the Let Us Sing Solo Class course.

Who is this course for?

This course is open to adults aged 18+ years. It is open to all levels, including beginners with little or no formal musical knowledge and skill.

At the heart of MAC is a focus on accessibility and inclusion. Please contact us to discuss your specific access needs. The room is wheelchair accessible. A support worker or carer may assist; carers must book a complimentary ticket if attending to provide support.

Do you need to bring anything?

Your own folder to store music in.

Are there any additional costs?

There are no additional costs

Who teaches this course?

Roxanne Korda

Dates and times

  • January – March 2025