The Hunterdon Harmonizers popular free singing lessons are finally back! The talented Harmonizer musical directors will lead sessions on singing fundamentals sure to benefit all attendees, from car crooners to karaoke all stars and even pros.
The program will be held every Tuesday evening from March 28th through April 25th from 7;15 to 8:30 at the Flemington Presbyterian Church and culminate with a grand full day of singing called "Jersey Sings" on Saturday, April 29th at North Hunterdon High School. There is no requirement of prior experience singing in an organized group or even to read sheet music.
Singing can breathe life into even the darkest of times. Singing together allows us to connect regardless of background, lifesyle and experience to unite in a shared goal of harmony. The Ready, Set, Sing program is open
to people of all genders, ages 14 or older. If you ever wanted to sing in a safe environment and learn from qualified vocal teachers, we invite you to participate in six sessions of free singing lessons.
What can you expect? We start the night with the opportunity to warm our voices up alongside the chorus. Next the "students" will meet as a group with one of our musical directors for a group singing lesson. Enjoy singing in a safe, group environment free of judgement, Then, we will all come togehter to being to learn a popular Disney song together. Sing soft, sing loud and proud, or somewhere in between. Just....SING! Each weekly lesson will build on skills and learnings as we go, but feel free to attend as many or few of the weekly sessions as your schedule allows.
What do you say, is it time to get off the couch and experience something new and rewarding? To register for the program, you can get your free ticket online here: https://readysetsing.eventbrite.com. For more information you can call the Harmonizers at (908) 806 NOTE (6683) or drop us an e-mail at SING@NJHARMONIZERS.ORG.
The Hunterdon Harmonizers are grateful to you for considering taking this journey to sing, and we would like to acknowledge the Hunterdon County Cultural and Heritage Commission for their support of our educational programs.