February, 2021

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25Feb7:30 pm8:45 pmSing at Home with South Hill Park7:30 pm - 8:45 pm Price:Free


(Thursday) 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm



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Sing at Home with South Hill Park

Free weekly group singing from the comfort of your own home with pianist, music tutor and choir master Simon Locke.

Do you enjoy singing? Would you like to join others for some popular feel-good hit songs that everyone will know? Do you lack the confidence to join a choir but have a burning desire to sing tunes from the past few decades as well as songs from theatre and films? South Hill Park Arts Centre has teamed up with Bracknell Forest choir master Simon Locke for a series of FREE weekly Zoom singing sessions.

You will need to book on for each week you wish to attend and will be sent a Zoom link before your first session (the zoom link will be the same each week). You only need one ticket per household or device, and please provide a separate email address for each ticket booked in order to be accepted into the Zoom session.

Each session is stand alone, so it doesn’t matter which sessions you attend as the songs will change each week.

For each session, Simon will play his grand piano and support you through each song. Although you will be singing at the same time as everyone else, all participants will be muted so no need to worry if you hit a wrong note as no one other than your family and pets will hear you! A great opportunity to boost your mental health by leaving your inhibitions at the door and throwing yourself into 60 minutes of song and fun.

Minimum age 18yrs+

Simon Locke – Originally from Cheshire, Simon studied music at the University of Bristol. After six years in London he moved to Sandhurst 17 years ago.  Simon teaches piano both privately and in two secondary schools in west London as well as directing Sandhurst Singers Community Choir, the Frimley Park Hospital staff choir and many other smaller groups. He is also the accompanist and music arranger for the Archdiocese of Southwark Choir, and regularly plays at St George’s Cathedral, Southwark.

Simon sitting by a piano

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