Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to learn the music before the day?
No – just come and learn and sing together! If you want to have a prior look or listen to the music – then you’re welcome to do that.
Do I need to bring print outs of the music?
No – just bring yourselves and your singing voices. We will provide the sheet music and lyric sheets.
I don’t read music. Can I still come?
Yes, that’s fine. You can use lyrics sheets and learn with the support of our creative team.
I have additional needs – is this event suitable for me?
Yes, everyone is very welcome to come and sing. Please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss any special requirements you may have.
I’d like to know more about the songbook project?
Please visit our home page for more info.
Can my choir take this music away and sing it elsewhere?
Yes please – we are keen for the songbook to spread far and wide. Please tell the story of how and why the songbook was written and let us know when and where you’re performing the songs. Contact us at email@example.com
Will our conductor/accompanist need to lead rehearsals?
No, our vocal leader Rosie Adediran will be running the rehearsals and we will be providing an accompanist. Your choir’s conductor and accompanist are more than welcome to join in learning and singing the songs with you as we’d love you to continue performing them as a group after the performance.
Not all the members of my choir can come to the day – can a small group from our choir come?
Yes, we would be delighted to welcome small groups representing larger choirs. Our hope is that you will take the songs away and share them with your own choir and audiences at a later date.