Choir : Things in the Sky

The sky represents all that is free and romantic and sometimes awe-inspiring and even frightening. In "Things in the Sky" sing about spaceships, stars, birds, gods, the moon - songs that conjure the other world that is in the sky. Songs like David Bowie's "Starman," Van Morrison's "Moondance," Neil Young's "Helpless," or just "A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square."  No singing experience necessary - just bring your enthusiasm and be ready for some fun.

Class information
(Interesting watch)


Tutor: Rob Bullen

Rob has played jazz, rock’n’roll, folk and various other musical styles for “a very long time”, singing and playing guitar or bass. He has performed in groups and solo. Rob has been an enthusiastic member of various choirs, and previously ran the very successful “Road to Motown,” “Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club,” “Rolling Stones,” “Songs of Oz,”"Songs About The Weather," and "Songs about Growing Up" choirs. “Things in the Sky” Choir is set to be just as interesting. Nothing too difficult, and definitely no pressure – the emphasis is on fun.