Saturday 9th November 2019 • 10:00 am - 3:00pm • £35.00

Suitable for all levels • no ability to read music necessary • All materials and refreshments included - (just bring a packed lunch).


Would you like to discover what your voice can really do? ‘Find Your Voice’ is a practical vocal and singing workshop takes place in a friendly, fun and supportive environment where you can explore just how amazing your voice is.

  •   The day is great for anyone who would like to to have fun with their singing, and also extremely useful for anyone whose voice is an important part of their work such as teachers, lecturers, professional speakers and even parents! During the workshop we will work with a range of breathing and vocal exercises with an emphasis on singing together as a group, with a specific focus on songs sing from around the world.

    At the end of the workshop you will receive a detailed handout with all the exercises and ideas covered during the day. All the songs will be taught orally, therefore there is no need to be able to read music.

‘I had a fabulous day singing with Chris at your beautiful place. What gorgeous surroundings to sing in,
I am looking forward to coming back. Best wishes, Carole Clift x’


Chris Bartram is a highly experienced music educator and community artist. He taught music for many years at York St John University, and has also worked for many years as a freelance music professional with many leading arts organisations, including Opera North, Manchester Camerata, Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester, Northern Ballet, and Accessible Arts & Media. Chris has been a facilitator for the national singing programme 'Sing Up', and runs singing and voice training workshops for a variety of clients, including business professionals, arts organisations, university and school teachers, and students. Currently he leads the highly popular monthly ‘A Cuppa and A Chorus’ workshops at the National Centre for Early Music in York. He is a member of the Natural Voice Network. Chris Has been teaching singing workshops at York Art & Crafts since 2018.