Join us for a weekend of music and community spirit as we welcome acclaimed song leader, Nick Page, back to All Souls Unitarian Church! Nick, a lifelong Unitarian Universalist and celebrated music educator, will be leading a unique singing workshop on Saturday, February 10, 2024, from 2 pm to 5 pm. It’s open to everyone – regardless of singing experience or ability. No registration required, just come ready to sing!

Why You Should Attend: Nick’s workshop is more than just a singing class; it’s an invitation to experience the joy and connection that comes from making music together. This workshop is particularly special as it welcomes those who might hesitate to sing, reassuring everyone that their voice is a valuable part of the collective harmony.

Workshop Highlights:

  • Inclusive and Empowering: No singing experience required! This workshop is designed for singers and non-singers alike, creating an environment where everyone feels comfortable to participate.
  • Diverse Musical Traditions: Dive into songs from Jewish, Folk, Gospel, Classical, Jazz, Rock, and South African cultures, along with original compositions by Nick Page.
  • Community Building: Experience the unique bond that forms when people come together in song, and enjoy the feeling of being part of a large musical group.

Special Sunday Service: The musical journey doesn’t end with the workshop. On Sunday, February 11, 2024, Nick Page will lead a one-of-a-kind service at 10:30 am, combining the insights and energy from the workshop with our regular Sunday worship. This special service is a chance for the entire congregation to experience the uplifting power of communal singing under Nick’s guidance. Please note, this will be our only service.

About Nick Page: Nick Page is a master of uniting people through music. His approachable style and deep understanding of various musical traditions make his workshops a joy for all participants. His accolades include the Hillel V’Zimrah Award from the Zamir Choral Foundation for his contributions to Jewish music, and his expertise in Gospel traditions adds a rich layer to his teachings. You can learn more about Nick on his website.

Join Us: Whether you’re a seasoned singer or someone who hums quietly to themselves, this workshop will leave you inspired and connected.