Love singing? Want to immerse yourself in wonderful surroundings and make music with a friendly and welcoming group of singers from all backgrounds? Then we would love for you to join Hannah Brine’s Singing Retreat 2019.
“The whole experience was just what I needed. It was so therapeutic and totally uplifting with such a great group”Participant - Retreat 2017
£500 pp (residential) OR £350 pp (day delegate)
Hannah will be joined by guest conductor Patrick Barrett.
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What can you expect to do whilst on retreat?
Led by conductors Hannah Brine & special guest Patrick Barrett you will learn gorgeous songs in 3 and 4 (and sometimes more!) part harmony as well as meeting fun, like-minded people and indulging in fabulous food. Music will range in style from traditional choral, to world, to folk, to pop – there will be something for everyone.
We have an in-house chef who will cater to all dietary requirements.
If you would like us to help coordinate travel for you, including taxi shares, please let us know.
“Hannah’s singing retreat is like nothing you’ve ever experienced before! A compact, intense treat of beautiful songs and awesome people, in a setting close to nature with the inspiration of fresh air and countryside. It’s an amazing way to re-set your soul and feel invigorated by learning wonderful music and singing together with special people.”Participant - Retreat 2017
Singing Retreat with Hannah Brine
**Day Delegate Places Still Available**Do you love to sing? Fancy spending a long weekend (5th-8th September) exploring beautiful music with a friendly and fun bunch of amateur singers from across the country, led by award winning conductor Hannah Brine (plus guest conductor the amazing Patrick Barrett)? Then why not come along to Hannah's Singing Retreat 2019 in West Lexham, Norfolk where we will be doing just that! Watch the film below to see what sort of things we get up to - we'd love for you to join us. More info: https://hannahbrinesingingretreat.bpt.mePosted by Singing Retreat with Hannah Brine on Wednesday, 6 March 2019