Ever fancied singing in a choir?
Big Sing group on the back of their success have now formed a group for anybody with Learning difficulties called Big Sing Unite.
Big Sing was first birthed in Witham and shortly thereafter in Maldon by Howard and Gemma Frances who are both great musicians working in the
past with many professional singers and musicians. Howard is on the organ and Gemma is vocals. They are amazing teachers and to say the least the Witham branch now have approximately 100 people in the choir and similarly in Maldon too.
Since Robert who has Down Syndrome joined BSM both Howard and Gemma have grown in empathy with people with learning disabilities and felt impressed from the heart to begin a group for people with LDs and so Big Sing Unite was birthed firstly in Braintree this April and now from 1st May in Chelmsford. They feel sure many of our young members may well be interested as it really enables and encourages their singing and action skills together with meeting and making new friends.
Anyone interested can contact them by using the link www.big-sing.com
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