The Cheat's Guide to Joining a Choir

The Cheat's Guide to Joining a Choir

The new year is a great time to join a choir - especially if your new year's resolution is to learn a new skill, socialise more or even to be healthier and happier! Starling Arts share tips on finding the right choir, settling in, finding your way musically and how best to enjoy the experience of singing with others.

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Sharing Your Passion with the World - What it's Like to Give a TEDx Talk

Starling co-directors Anna and Emily recently had the incredible opportunity to speak at TEDx Square Mile. Having been invited to speak (and sing!) about their work bringing people together through group singing, they didn’t need to look much further than the inspiring Starling Arts community to find life-changing stories to share. In their talk titled ‘Why the World Needs to Sing’, they spoke about why singing with others - in communities, businesses or choirs - can be a hugely transformative experience. To bring their message to life, they had the crowd up on their feet and singing in three part harmony.
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Surround Yourself with Music

Many adult singers come to us afraid to sing. Something in their younger life has haunted them and they hold back from the enriching experience of singing with others. It is our hope that BYOBaby will open both adults and children to the power of singing together, so that it’s something they continue to share at home and throughout life.  

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Starlings celebrate a special evening in Spitalfields

Starling Arts had the privilege of being part of a very special event on Friday 6th November in the heart of Spitalfields Market. To mark the 50th anniversary of the incredible charity Spitalfields Crypt Trust (SCT) over 150 voices rang out in a flashmob and performances in the market - just in time for the weekend and a sponsored 'sleep in' at Christ Church Spitalfields to raise money for the charity's ongoing work supporting people recovering from addiction by helping them to get clean and sober, develop self-respect and hope for a much better future. 

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