The HeartSong Acappella Choir is currently not running and for the moment is replaced by a series of monthly workshops that can be attended ongoingly or individually.

HeartSong Acappella Singing Workshops


Four Fridays: 14th September, 5th  October,
2nd November, 7th December 2018


Forest Row Community Center, Hartfield Rd, Forest Row


The December 7th workshop will be a candle-lit, Taize chants workshop.
(For details, scroll down page to next workshop).
The Sept, Oct and Nov. workshops will be as follows:

~Toe-tapping rhythms~
~Harmonies to make your soul smile~
~Songs that warm the heart & nourish the spirit~
~Uplifting melodies all taught by ear~
~Gospels & songs from Africa, Israel,
Europe, Taize & around the world~
~Meditative songs, healing songs & songs of love & peace… ~

Lots of fun! All welcome, including
children old enough to take part
No experience necessary

Cost per workshop: £15 if paid in advance or £18 on the door
Reduced cost if attending all four workshops £55

Please pay using the appropriate PayPal buttons below,
or ask me for bank details to pay by BACS.

All four workshops: 14th Sept, 5th Oct 2nd, Nov, 7th Dec 2018
Cost: £55
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14th September only: £15
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5th October only: £15
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2nd November only: £15
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For 7th Dec workshop please use PayPal button under details of Taize workshop below.

Delia 01342 825031



 An Advent Singing Experience:

 Taize Chants & Sacred Songs
by candle-light, for Advent

Friday 7th December 2018, 7-9pm

Forest Row Community Centre,
Hartfield Rd, Forest Row, RH18

A nourishing evening of beautiful sacred songs, all taught by ear
and sung in the magical presence of candle-light.
Songs that can carry you to a rich and peaceful place only created
by the sharing of joyous voices in harmony. Songs that open the heart,
from the Taize monastery and other sacred traditions.

To book a place please use the PayPal button below,
or ask me for bank details to pay by BACS.

Cost: £15
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Delia 01342 825031

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