Ardú – Virtual Choir Course

Online, Monday 6th July - Wednesday 29th July

Ardú: Virtual Choir Course – A new online choir led by Ardú, for children aged 12-16yrs, rehearsing every Monday and Wednesday in July via Zoom.

Ardú Vocal Ensemble is excited to present two Online Summer Projects for children throughout the month of July – a Virtual Choir Course and an Online Summer Camp (8-12yrs). Through a series of online workshops and video lessons, students will:

  • Learn to sing a cappella arrangements of their favourite songs.
  • Create a virtual choir performance video to be premiered online.
  • Learn about technical and theoretical aspects of choir singing.
  • Download sheet music and teaching tracks to help them learn.

The course includes downloadable sheet music and participation in the final Virtual Choir Video.

Monday 6th July - Wednesday 29th July
6.00pm - 7.30pm


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