Have you thought about joining a
choir but aren’t sure whether it’s your thing?
Do you enjoy singing but can’t
commit to a long-term choir membership?
Do you have a community event that would benefit from bringing local people together to perform as a choir?
If the answer to any of the above questions is yes, then a pop-up choir is the right thing for you.
Set up specifically for a local event, pop-up choirs provide a set number of rehearsals prior to the event and the opportunity to perform as part of a choir at a one-off performance.
Participants pay upfront to take part so there is no fuss with finding payment on a weekly basis or setting up long-term payment plans.
Sup and Sing
The ultimate in low-scale pub entertainment for all.
Sup and Sing is designed to encourage people to sing communally in an unthreatening and fun environment. Songs are chosen by the people taking part, live accompaniment is played acoustically and everyone has a chance to join in.
If you are a licensee looking for an alternative to a pub DJ or karaoke that offers the opportunity for all to be involved if they choose to be then this is the right choice for you!
Jackie has been making music for over 40 years. Her experience ranges from leading choirs and instrumental ensembles to delivering music technology workshops to young people with learning disabilities.
She spent four years working for Artforms, Leeds as a peripatetic pianist and “singing lady” at primary schools in Leeds, which then led to her obtaining her PGCE in Secondary Music at the University of Huddersfield.
She has also worked as an accompanist for RAD ballet classes and exams and local amateur operatic societies and has successfully taught piano and music theory privately with a 100% Associated Board exam pass rate.
Since then she has worked as a music teacher in a special needs school, introducing a variety of musical activities in the school and taking groups of students to perform at the National Festival of Music for Youth in Birmingham for three consecutive years.
Most recently she has been working freelance in the Wakefield area, delivering Culture Cures projects through Stride Theatre and setting up a special needs children’s choir through YAMSEN.
Her latest projects include a Glee Club for adults with learning disabilities based at Stride Theatre in Wakefield, a new Singing Mums choir and a pop-up choir set up specifically to perform for the Ossett Beercart.