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Like Singing? Vocal Warm Up Zoom Group Starting


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Hello Fellow East Dulwich Residents


I'm a singer and am starting a Singing Warm Up Group on Zoom. It's for anyone who wants to do some light singing and keep their voice in shape, or get their voice in better shape, and work on their breathing and tuning. It entails meeting once or twice a week on Zoom to sing through some vocal warm up exercises to backing tracks (ie Stevie Wonder). Everyone is muted while doing the exercises but there's a short Q&A at the end to discuss any questions or difficulties anyone is having. No one hears anyone else! Everyone welcome. Get in touch if you'd like to give it a try. It's free and takes no longer than 30 mins. Look forward to hearing from anyone interested!


Sarah

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