Corona Choir Continues!

ONLINE CLASS ***Don’t forget to claim your 10% discount! Use code VIRTUAL10 at checkout.***

Join Rob Bullen and the Corona Band for this joyful experience of online singing.

In Term 4 the Corona Choir explores songs about music. From the Stones’ “It’s Only Rock and Roll” to Roberta Flack’s “Killing Me Softly”; from the Doobie Brothers’ “Listen To The Music” to Donovan’s “Hurdy Gurdy Man”. They’re all about how music transports us, lifts us up, takes us out of our ordinary lives and gives us joy and hope. And don’t we need some of that right now.

The choir works like this.

  • For each of the first six weeks you can download audio tracks for two songs, recorded by our band, as well as words and music, from the choir website.
  • On Monday nights we all sing the songs together in a Zoom session (and have some fun). You record your voice and send the recordings to Rob.
  • Within about a day Rob will combine your recordings to make a “choir” recording which you can hear from the web site.
  • On the sixth week we choose three songs, and over the next three weeks we each record videos of us singing those songs. Rob will make combined videos of the choir performing them “together” which will go on YouTube for us and everyone else to admire.

You will need a computer or tablet for the Zoom session plus a phone to make the recording. 

You can find more information from the choir web site:

**This class will be delivered online in Term 4, using the Zoom video platform. To take part, you will need to download and install Zoom from the internet, and set up a free ‘basic’ account. NSCC uses platforms that we trust, but we encourage you to be aware of computer safety and protect your personal information when using the internet.

Check out what the Choir & Band did last term!

NSCC · You Don't Treat Me No Good by NSCC Choir

NSCC · Hello Goodbye by NSCC Choir

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. “Songs about Travelling” Choir is set to be just as interesting. Nothing too difficult, and definitely no pressure – the emphasis is on fun.