Everyone can sing!
Ever been told you can’t sing?
We say you can – come and give it a try!
Sound Resource runs fun, inclusive, participatory singing sessions with adults in Oxfordshire
- No auditions
- No singing or musical experience necessary
- No need to read music
Sessions are guided by experienced community singing practitioners using a wide range of musical material. Songs are taught by ear, by call and response and no one is put on the spot.
A friendly singing group, which meets in Barton on Thursday mornings to learn and share harmony songs from a range of traditions and styles.
Find out details and see some photos of Barton Sings!
Singing at Ark-T
Friday morning sessions run in partnership with the Ark-T Centre.
Find out details of Singing at Ark-T
Singing for Better Breathing
Open to anyone living with a lung condition – such as asthma, COPD or various forms of breathlessness.
Find out details and see some photos of Singing for Better Breathing
Singing for Fun
Open to people over 50 living in The Leys area, this is an enthusiastic group who enjoy singing harmony songs from many countries and traditions. Run in partnership with the Clockhouse Project, a Leys Community Development Initiative.Find out details and see some photos of Singing for Fun
Singing for Fun at Hollow Way
On 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month. Find out details of Singing for Fun Hollow Way
Singing for Wellbeing, Banbury
Tuesday mornings 11-12am at Residents’ Lounge, Housing and Care 21, Stanbridge House, Ruskin Road, Banbury OX16 9FZ. Run by Peter Hunt. For enquiries please contact 03701 924285. Find out details of Singing For Wellbeing
Some members from these groups enjoy sharing their singing with others in their local communities. Look out for opportunities to sing with neighbours and at local events.