Two Music Workshops

Our Hamilton Sings! music directors are gearing up to offer choir members and the general public a couple of workshop opportunities. Open to everyone. No experience necessary.

Music Theory Workshop

Sunday November 21st, 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.

Hosted by Emma Moss

If you are looking to enhance your reading abilities, or to begin on your path in learning how to read music, this two-hour session will be of great benefit to you! This Theory Workshop, run by yours truly, is being offered on November 21st from 1-3pm via Zoom. Having studied theory from a very young age at university and RCM ARCT Honours level, and alongside teaching music theory, harmony, analysis, and history for years, as well as being a live and working notating composer and conductor, I will be happy to fill in any gaps you may have in the realm of music theory. In this course, you will have the opportunity to engage in reading music in various clefs, learn about the anatomy of sheet music, rhythms + rest and note values, scales, time signatures, accidentals, intervals, chords, and will be engaging in ear training practice.

If you have always wanted to enhance your ability to engage with sheet music, this is your chance to ask questions, seek explanations, and practice these concepts in a fun, engaging, and intensive manner. We hope that you will join us on November 21st for this deep dive into the World of Music Theory!

Cost: $40 or PWYC. Open to everyone. No experience necessary. The workshop will run with minimum of 4 participants.
To register, please send a notice of your interest to

Somatic Voice: Powerful Voice Techniques for Mind Body Connection

Hosted by Piper Hayes

We are not necessarily taught how to speak or sing powerfully. In fact, we often do many things to suppress our vocal power. The voice and how we use it can connect us with some of the most vulnerable aspects of self-expression, and with each other.

This workshop is all about ‘vocal empowerment’; uncovering the physiological, technical, emotional and spiritual aspects of our voice, in order to reach a fuller expression. Gain comprehensive experience of the body, sound production and practical techniques to help you best utilize your voice as an instrument of both physical and emotional power.

This workshop is for all who wish to learn a holistic approach to vocal expression. 

Cost: $40 or PWYC. Open to everyone. No experience necessary.
To register, please send a notice of your interest to

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