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Wednesday 4th November 2020  also Wymondham Lemon Day

Tuesday    17th November 2020

Wednesday 2nd December 2020

Tuesday     15th December 2020

 


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An accessible video of song clips from SYHO

part of Norfolk Disabilty Pride 2020

 

Latest new song

         

Learn Think of Me

 

with Chrissy

This is Chrissy's last song for us.

 

 

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SYHO in your home

 

Now you can sing along with our SYHO voice coaches

 

Warmups  Songs to Learn  Songs to Singalong

 

Sing Your Heart Out is a series of singing workshops

(not a choir!) for people to get together and enjoy themselves,

and to gain the known benefits to mental health from singing.

No need to book, nothing to pay.

Just turn up at any of our sessions and you will be made welcome !

Although workshops at our venues are not happening now,

because of the virus, you can still join in on line

 

Sadly, all our Sing Your Heart Out workshops are closed during this corona virus crisis

We will be back.

Keep in touch with us through our Facebook Page

or on Twitter @SYHO singing

SING YOUR HEART OUT

is now a Registered Charity!

number 1185038

Here is our new Board of Trustees

SYHO  research now published !

Read or download here

 

An interesting blog about the research has been published on the Mental Elf website. Read about it here.

 

BBC Report on Tom's research and us

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-42431430

 

And also a piece on ITV !

http://www.itv.com/news/anglia/update/2017-12-21/uea-researchers-confirm-singing-makes-you-happier/

This was filmed at Norwich SYHO Christmas party

Also hear Professor Tom Shakespeare talking about the research on the Today program

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09jbsj9

 

His bit is 55minutes from the start.