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four one-hour sessions.

four days to get your voice in shape!


what is back to choir?

Whether your choir has continued to rehearse virtually or you’ve not sung at all, Vocal Boot Camp aims to bring together singers from choirs all over the country to reboot and refresh.  Join four of the country’s finest vocal coaches for four one-hour sessions designed to get your voice back in shape, and ready for the return to live choir rehearsals. Covering posture, breathing and breath control, range and tone, this is the full vocal workout you need to feel confident in your voice once again.

how does it work?

Back to Choir brought people together from all over the world who love to sing!


Each session was held on zoom and was an hour long session with a warm up and a chance for questions and troubleshooting at the end.  As with all our courses, there was no obligation to have the camera on and everyone was on mute unless invited to ask a question.  For our courses, if the time doesn't work for you, fear not: All sessions will be available online on-demand for a limited period afterwards.


Our aim is to have you feeling more energised and positive about your singing and most importantly having had an hour of fun!


If you have any further questions just email me, Catherine, at

Church Choir

our teachers

Nicki kennedy -  saturday 15 may - 3pm (UK TIME)

Renowned soprano and vocal coach Nicki Kennedy has always worked with choirs and individuals alongside a busy international performing career. She has given workshops and masterclasses in Spain, France, the Czech Republic, and the Wigmore Hall.

alastair brookshaw - sunday 16 may - 3pm (UK TIME)

Tenor Alastair Brookshaw specialises in solving technical issues and rehabilitating damaged voices in both classical and musical theatre singers. He combines his teaching with a successful performing career in the West End.

KERRY MCDUNNOUGH - saturday 22 may - 3pm (UK TIME)

Canadian soprano Kerry McDunnough received postgraduate performance and teaching diplomas from the Royal Academy of Music. Kerry is passionate about the benefits to wellbeing that singing brings, and teaches at the Priory Hospital in London.

alex ashworth - sunday 23 may - 3pm (UK TIME)

Baritone Alex Ashworth has sung at Glyndebourne, WNO and Scottish Opera, and performs internationally as a soloist. He combines a busy performing career with teaching positions at the Royal Academy of Music and the University of York.

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