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Sing with Brayden - Online Holiday Programme

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Part of Virtual Events


All Ages


Sing along live with professional songwriter Brayden Jeffrey in these free online singing and songwriting classes for ages 7+. Learn about harmony and melody as you work together to make beautiful music…

Feeling cooped up and restless? Turn your lounge into a recording studio as you learn how to write songs on your own without needing an instrument.

Connect on screen with fellow singers via Zoom in these live classes led by TAPAC’s popular singing & songwriting tutor Brayden Jeffrey.

Talented musician and composer Brayden will explore metaphors and how they can be used to create unique song lyrics.

You’ll work on a group song which will be recorded at the end of the week for others to enjoy.

Sing with Brayden classes are being held from 1:30pm-2:30pm from Monday 6 April – Thursday 9 April.

Entry is free, or you can make a koha donation, but you need to enrol in order to be sent the Zoom link to the class. You need to enrol for each class individually.

Tutor Brayden Jeffrey is professional songwriter and theatre composer, as well as a passionate music tutor. He has taught songwriting, singing, guitar and piano in schools and privately for over 5 years. Brayden is a strong believer that fun, creativity and catered individualised learning are vital ingredients in arts education.

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