Singing @ St Luke's

Tuesdays 12:30 - 13:30, St Luke's Chapel

Following the temporary closure of all non-essential University services due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Singing@StLuke’s group is currently trying to identify ways to continue its Tuesday lunchtime sessions remotely.  To be kept informed (or if you have any bright ideas as to how we can do this!), please either email singingatstlukes@exeter.ac.uk or ask to join our Microsoft Team SingingAtStLukes by clicking on the link.  

 

No need to register - a paper/online register will be taken. However, if you are not a Staff Life Plus member please pay via the link below as this helps to cover the cost of the professional singing leader.

Please send any queries to singingatstlukes@exeter.ac.uk

"Singing in a choir can boost your mental health, a new study has found. While the feel-good effects of singing have long been recognised, there is growing evidence that it can have a positive impact on a range of physical and psychological conditions!" Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/health/news

The St Luke's staff community choir is led by Claire Anstee, who has experience leading several community choirs and also works as a private singing tutor. 

This is just for fun and no previous singing experience is required. The choir will work to towards optional performances.

If you love singing, or think you might, join us Tuesday lunchtimes. Singing is great way to relax and has proven physical and psychological benefits. The staff choir is a relaxed and sociable group for University staff who enjoy singing and like making music with other people. Songs are taught by ear, so there’s no need to be able to read music and no experience is necessary. Music will be chosen to suit the ability of the group.

Staff Life Plus members: FREE.

Non-members: £3 through the online store.