An All New Choir with NAZ, Joyful Noise…

Naz Project London (NPL) presents Joyful Noise.

Do you like to sing? In the shower? With your friends? Karaoke? You may be professional or never sung before, it doesn’t matter, just come along and join NAZ Project London’s new choir for all people living with HIV… Joyful Noise.

The Joyful Noise Project

“…singing groups are proven to have health and well being benefits. They increase energy levels, promote interest in other people, interest in things, leaves you feeling healthy, relaxed, and feeling confident”. Making Music organization for voluntary music

Choir member will explore musicality with trained singing leaders and each week learn and practice a new skill, including; breath control, expression, voice control, vocal blending, vocal dynamics, exploring harmonies, singing with a band, singing rhythmically and connecting with the emotion of the song, and a chance to meet other people with HIV.

The Joyful Noise Project is led by our choir Director Paul Boldeau who has been in the music industry for 20 years. He has been a backing vocalist for artists such as Stevie Wonder, Estelle, Westlife, Cheryl Cole, Yolanda Brown. The choir Co-Director will be Susan Harriot, an accomplished and respected singer, she has been a backing vocalist for artists such as John Legend, Corinne Bailet-Rae and Mutya Buena.

No auditions required. To register a place, please call 0208 834 0260 / 0208 741 1879 or email parminder@naz.org.uk www.naz.org.uk

Workshops will begin Thursday September 26th 2013 6.30 – 9pm and will be every Thursday for 10 weeks at NPL offices, 30 Blacks Road, Hammersmith W6 9DT. (2 mins walk from Piccadilly, District and Hammersmith & City Line tube stations)

Because NPL are committed to this being an inclusive project, if you really want to get involved but feel there is something stopping you, get in touch with them and they’ll try and help you to participate.

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