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At the heart of English folk
Monday Folk Choir Workshops

Monday Folk Choir Workshops

Learn folk songs from Britain and beyond

I really value learning and practising folk songs in such a friendly environment and learning how to harmonise tunes.

Who is it for?

These popular sessions are suitable for adult singers over the age of 16 and for all abilities. All material is taught by ear.

What can I learn?

Explore choral folk song arrangements in a relaxed and friendly environment. 

 

When does it take place?

Mondays at Cecil Sharp House, 7 - 9pm

The 2018/19 academic year runs from September 2018 to July 2019.

Autumn Term: 17 Sept | 1, 15, 29 Oct | 5, 19 Nov | 3 Dec

Spring Term: 7, 21 Jan | 4, 18 Feb | 4, 18 March | 1 April, 15 April 

Summer Term : 20 May | 3, 17 June | 1, 15 July (5 week term)

 

Fees

Termly fee: £70 | £56 concessions*

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Who leads the choir workshops?

The Autumn term Monday Folk Choir Workshops will be led by Maz O'Connor.

 

Terms and Conditions

Refunds: all courses are non-refundable unless the course is cancelled by EFDSS.

*Concessions are available to people who are in full-time education; in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance; in receipt of Income-Based Benefit (such as Income Support, Housing or Council Tax Benefit, Working Tax Credit, Pension Credit).

Evidence of concession will need to be provided before booking by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a copy of your supporting documentation. Once authorised, bookings and payment can be taken over the phone via the Box Office on 020 7485 2206.

Click here for further information on the Terms and conditions for classes and courses run by the English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS).

For any other queries, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or call the Education department on 020 7241 8953.