It’s been proven that singing makes you feel good. Whether you sing in a choir already, or just in the shower, this fun workshop led by choir director Dominic Stichbury, will have you singing in harmony in no time, whether you think you can hold a note or not, and is open to people of all ages and experience!
Dominic Stichbury has been facilitating group singing since 2009. He’s led workshops and founded singing experiences for community groups, office workers, school children, vulnerable people, prisoners as well as professional musicians. In 2013 Dominic founded Chaps Choir to encourage more men to join singing communities. In response to its success he set-up Bellow Fellows, the first accessible and inclusive male community singing chorus in London. Chaps Choir has appeared on national TV, had articles written about it and become a positive symbol for men singing together.
Previously Dominic has led and arranged music for The Pop-up Choir, The Landmark Singers, Euphonix Choir, Barnes Community Choir and run workshops for Voicelab, Southbank Centre, Spitalfield’s Music, Sadler’s Wells, The Arvon Trust, Opera North, Wilderness Festival, Port Eliot, The Orpheus Centre and other arts organisations around the UK.
Dominic studied music at Southampton University and has trained with Associated Board of Choral Conductors & Spitalfield's Music apprentice scheme.