WHEN? Monday evenings at 7:30 PM beginning on March 6, 2017. If you find yourself running a few minutes late for some reason, don’t worry! Someone will be available to greet you even after things get started.
WHERE? St. Paul’s Episcopalian Church, 1105 E. Lincoln Hwy, Exton, Pa 19341 (near corner of Route 202 and Business Route 30) in the main Church
WHO? Men young and old that have always wanted to sing, or would like to hone their singing skills
HOW MUCH? Nothing, Nada, Nil, Zero, Zippo, Zilch, Totally free.
RSVP? Just show up, or you can call (610) 812-9453 or send an email to Free Singing Lessons at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP or to get more information on program.
Men, the Mainliners are serious about helping you enrich your joy of singing. C’mon, we ALL sing. In church, in the car, in the shower. But many of us are unsure about singing in front of others. The Mainliners Men’s A Cappella Chorus want to help you get the most beautiful sound possible from your voice. We are very experienced in helping men sing better! The 2017 FREE Singing Lessons Program will provide ways to get more resonant chords in a safe environment: in the company of like-minded men! Come one night or complete the full six week course, it’s up to you.
Our talented and award winning Director, Rick Serpico, along with Assistant Directors Bill Oppenheim and Doug Pratt will inspire you!
Rick, Bill and Doug have the skills to reach students of all talent levels and they bring a great amount of energy and humor to the program.
Can’t read music? No problem, no prior musical experience is needed.
Afraid of singing in front of others? Chances are many of your fellow students feel the same way. You will be in a comfortable, judgment free environment. Imagine that! Worried about the time investment needed? Each weekly lesson takes only an hour of your Monday evening: after dinner and before dessert. Already have experience singing and want to take it up a notch? The simple curriculum takes you from basic fundamentals to advanced concepts.