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Calling all Altos!

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Calling all Altos!

Tattenhall Singers are busy preparing for their Christmas concert and we've had a sudden rush of sopranos so need to balance up by finding some more altos (female voices that sing in the mid-range). If you might be interested, come along on a Tuesday evening at 8pm in the Barbour Institute for a free session — there's no rehearsal, no need to be able to read music or sing and no obligation- just give us a try! Actually everyone's welcome, not just altos and we have a male section too.

For further info: Alex 01829 770386

Not sure what range your voice is in? give this YouTube video a try

Use this to find your vocal range — it only takes 1 minute. If you sing solo you need to know your range so that you can put songs into keys that suit your voice best...

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