I’m just home from my latest vocalist concert and I am just so proud of all of my students.  We were in the large room at the Hare and Hounds in Kings Heath, which has a wonderful sound, is very atmospheric and has a history of loads of amazing performers being on the stage but the performers couldn’t see the audience at all.  Maybe they liked it but I find it a real struggle.

I’m far too tired to write much and I’m sort of beyond words to say how proud I am of all of “my” vocalists.  I could list something from everyone that made me proud so I won’t risk it for fear I miss out someone.  So I’ll just write that I am looking forward to seeing the videos and maybe sharing a few of them.  And we made loads of money for the charity Ethan’s gift, who fundraise the the Cardiac unit at Birmingham Children’s Hospital and the British Heart Foundation.  We made £208 after paying (very kindly, heavily discounted amounts) to the pianist and sound engineer.

So I’ll just finish by saying if you want to know about any forthcoming Masterclasses let me know and I will add you to the mailing list, (the next series is full up).  The choirs are going from strength to strength but we are always more than happy to have new singers join us.  Again get in touch if you want to know more.  My email is rebecca@rebeccaschwarz.co.uk or rebeccasingingteacher@gmail.com if you prefer email addresses you can remember.

Lastly tickets are currently available for my Kings Heath show in October on Kickstarter.  They are available on Kickstarter for another 26 days at this link https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/73925013/rebecca-schwarz-these-womens-words.  We need to sell 44 tickets to cover costs.  So if you want to see the show happen in Kings Heath on 8 October then get your tickets there.

(And if you want to see the new show in Bromsgrove there are only 8 tickets left for this show. )

over and out to go and off to sit in a darkened corner.