Virtual Choir Course with Ardú (12-16yrs)

Virtual Choir Course with Ardú (12-16yrs)

Monday, 6 July 2020, 6.00pm

A new online choir led by Ardú rehearsing every Monday and Wednesday in July from 6pm-7:30pm.
Suitable for singers of all abilities aged 12-16, students will:
- Learn to sing a cappella arrangements of your favourite songs
- Create a virtual choir performance video to be premiered online
- Learn about technical and theoretical aspects of choir singing
- Download sheet music and teaching tracks to help you learn

Full course costs €100 which includes downloadable sheet music and participation in final virtual choir video.
For more information and to register your child, visit

Course Details:
Every Monday and Wednesday in July

Note: Each participant will need access to a laptop/computer/mobile device and a secure WiFi connection. All sessions must be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times.

Ardú is Ireland's premier a cappella vocal band. The group specialises in contemporary unaccompanied vocal music in various styles. Ardú has performed throughout Ireland and abroad including at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, London A Cappella Festival, Vokal Total in Graz, Austria, and at the Cork Choral Festival, where they opened the 2018 festival alongside Swedish trio Solala. Ardú recently toured Europe, performing ten concerts in Croatia, Austria and Italy and were also invited guests at the International Choral Festival of A Cappella Music in Chivasso, Italy in August 2019. They supported American a cappella group Straight No Chaser at the National Concert Hall, Dublin in September 2019.


Ain't No Sunshine - Ardú (Bill Withers A Cappella Cover)


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