Free Group Singing Lessons - 5 Fun Evenings

  • Members of After Hours quartet, past teachers of Free Lessons. Brian Ziegler, Drew Ochao, Dan Wessler, Tim Buetel

    Members of After Hours quartet, past teachers of Free Lessons. Brian Ziegler, Drew Ochao, Dan Wessler, Tim Buetel Courtesy of Barbershop Harmony Society

 
 
Updated 7/18/2022 9:09 AM

Looking for fun and something new?

The New Tradition Chorus, an a cappella chorus with members from all around the Chicago area, is offering five free group lessons every Tuesday evening in August from 7-8 PM. Sign up to learn good singing techniques or just to improve. It's all for fun beginning Tuesday, August 2 through August 30 at 3610 Dundee Road, in Northbrook. No obligation.

 

"If you have ever wished you could improve your singing or would like to join others who want to learn more, these sessions are for you," said Mike Isely, president of the chorus. "Whether you only sing in the shower or are already in a choir or group, this program is designed to help you produce the most beautiful sounds possible from the instrument that is your voice."

Mitch Greenberg, director of the chorus, is teaching the sessions.

"Give us five Tuesday evenings," Greenberg said, "and we'll give you the skills you need to experience all the fun of solo or group singing."

"You don't need to be able to read music," Greenberg added. "The focus will be on knowing how to sing richly, with resonance, and to produce ear-pleasing harmony. Join us and you will quickly be improving in the company of a great bunch of fellow singers."

Adult singers of all skill levels and experience are invited, and learning materials are free.

Register online at www.newtradition.org, call 847 242 1336 or send an email to freesinginglessons@newtradition.org. You will receive a call or reply.

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