Singing is one of the most powerful social bonding activities we have. In a culture that’s increasingly isolating, it’s more important than ever to find ways to connect with each other in a meaningful way. The primitive impulse to sing is deeply rooted in the human heart, but as we grow into adulthood many of us come to fear it. Experience the exhilaration of lifting your voice and singing out loud with others! Beginning with fun, creative ice-breaking activities, this workshop will include group singing, simple harmonies, movement, rhythmic chants, and body percussion. You’ll engage with popular songs, rock & roll, gospel, and traditional melodies, leaving you with a joyful and potent sense of community and togetherness. No previous singing experience necessary—all are welcome!
- Experience the soulful nature of communal singing
- Confront and overcome the fear of singing in front of others
- Explore authentic self-expression through song
Note: No CE credit for this workshop.
Dana LaCroix is a professional singer, songwriter, and critically acclaimed recording and touring artist. She’s written songs for feature films, been director of music at the New Drama School in Copenhagen, and worked as a vocal coach at the Danish Academy of Music.