Date(s) - September 20, 2019
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
Want to learn how to sing a cappella music? Come join Manoj Padki as he teaches how to make music without any instruments! In this class, we will learn to sing together as a group, such as musical rounds, barbershop tags and 3- and 4-part songs.
Students of all ages are welcome. The only prerequisite is the ability to hold your own part against your neighbor singing a different part.
This class requires 6 students to run, so tell your friends!
In addition to the class sessions, there will be an evening performance, Date TBA.
Fridays 9:45am – 10:45am
Start Date: September 20, 2019
End Date: December 13, 2019
No class Nov. 1st or Thanksgiving Week.
About the Instructor
Manoj Padki sings baritone with the Fireside Quartet, winners of the 2017 Boston Harmony Sweepstakes. He is an arranger an arranger and a coach, and is a 30-year member of the Barbershop Harmony Society. He currently directs two mixed a cappella ensembles, and also teaches singing rounds workshops in local adult education centers. Manoj and his family live in Berlin, MA, and have been long term unschoolers. They were members of Voyagers for several years.
In order to ensure safety, we require that at least one additional adult remain on site when this program is in session. We will need parents to take turns in this role, which will entail: allowing us to run a CORI check, helping with any emergency situation that may arise, and remaining on site until all children and teens have been picked up. Please plan to sign up for one or two weeks as the designated “chaperone.”
For information regarding content, contact the instructor, Manoj Padki.
For logistical questions, contact the Resource Center Director.
Bookings are closed for this event.