As our singing sessions are unable to take place at present because of the coronavirus situation, why not join Heather in Come Singing at Home instead?
The good news is the Millennium Library has made it possible for Heather to video monthly Singing at Home sessions. The Clips last about 20 minutes and include the usual warm-ups as well as some of our much loved songs. Do join in with her (loudly please!!) – sub-titles provided – by clicking on the video picture above. This will take you to all the videos so far, and will automatically be updated by the Library each time there’s a new one.
Our grateful thanks to Caroline and the Norfolk Library Services who made it all possible.
Because we’re unable to sing in our group sessions at present, we’ve put together a twice-monthly newsletter to keep in touch with each other either by post or email. The newsletter includes poems, quizzes, pictures and news items that we hope will raise spirits and ‘keep your hopes alive’ (hence Keyhole!). Please click on the […]
Due to the current situation of the Coronavirus, it is with great regret that we are cancelling all Come Singing Groups for the time being to ensure the safety of all our attendees and volunteers. Our committee is meeting this coming Wednesday and will be drawing up a plan to help keep everyone in touch with each other […]
Nothing warms the heart and raises the spirits more than singing with friends! This miscellany of carols, songs and general anarchy was partly recorded just after the hottest day of 2019…
We are delighted to announce that Heather was one of the 100 women chosen by EDP readers to be the “100 most inspiring women of Norfolk”.
“The joyful anarchy and release of singing makes everyone feel better.” Read more about Heather’s article, published on the Health Awareness website, below.
We’ve been delighted to receive the news that the Geoffrey Watling Charity Trust has awarded us a very generous grant of £500 to go towards the cost of making a Christmas CD (see news item below). We are thrilled to have the opportunity to do this and our very grateful thanks to the trust for […]
Music Mirrors have been exceptionally lucky to receive a generous donation of £225 from the Norwich Jazz Club All Stars. Their donation is very much appreciated which will go towards the cost of a longed-for projector. This will be of enormous help for training and promotion purposes.
The EDP held their Stars of Norfolk and Waveney 2017 Awards in November and on our behalf Heather scooped the award of Community Champion of the Year for Come Singing and Music Mirrors. This is a celebration of all that we do together, as Heather’s idea of capturing and storing musical sounds to help keep memories […]
With the help of generous funding from Norfolk Community Foundation and the Jay Singers we have launched our second CD called “You Can’t Stop Singing”! Ashley Bond – The Name is Bond, Sound and Vision Production – made the whole thing possible. Ashley recorded us over several sessions at three different locations and has […]