Anybody Can Sing, Hyde Park Corner and Sky Arts

Anybody Can Sing, Hyde Park Corner and Sky Arts
Anybody Can Sing, Hyde Park Corner and Sky Arts

Claudia Prichard

‘I’m deaf!’, ‘I can’t sing a note!’, ‘I only sing in the bath!’ ….those who love the sound of singing but haven’t quite mastered the art will be delighted.A Sky Arts series from Wednesday, March 30 takes six singers unsure of their voices and shows them all the tricks of the trade.

Nicky Spence, tenor soloist with English National Opera and the Royal Opera house, will be among those helping newcomers find their voice. And as a warm-up, the public can also give it a try, on Tuesday March 29, at a free all-day singing event at Hyde Park Corner.

Nicky and her friends will give sessions at 2 and 3:30 p.m., but there will be opportunities to sing all day, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Just book online and ride.

Tenor Nicky Spence shares a singer’s knowledge in Sky Arts’ Everybody Can Sing

Then tune in to Sky Arts from March 30 at 7pm, as the six would-be singers are brought out of the bathroom and into the spotlight during a series of programmes.

Nicky, who had to retire from Samson and Delilah at the Royal Opera House as he recovered from a fall, is patroness of Blackheath Halls Opera, which also has a knack for finding unrealized voices. Don’t miss his catchy new production later this year.

In the meantime, discover the joy of singing with others, in Hyde Park, and settle in for guaranteed fun and fascination with Anyone Can Sing.

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