Singing Holidays Morocco

Singing Workshops in Morocco

Pauline Down
Leader Pauline Down

So many people love to sing but think they don’t have the vocal or musical skills to join a choir.  But thanks to some enthusiastic and dedicated musicians, joining a group of singers is now a choice open to all.

You have created an extraordinary thing. Thank you for the opportunity to be a little part of it. Leader, October 2016

Natural Voice practitioners believe that you should celebrate the voice you have rather than training it to fit into a particular genre of music.  Nobody is asked to audition or to learn to read music; the group leader is adept at helping you to learn by ear.

It is accessible, inclusive and exciting.  Within a short time you can participate in a group sound which energises and uplifts.  Music is chosen from many cultures so that there is something to appeal to everyone.

I really liked la Maison Anglaise and it was great to see it in action. The staff were great and there is a real sense of a strong team holding it all.  I love what you are doing there and want to bring some singers, who I know would love it. Leader, Feb 2016

Staff singing Happy Birthday
Staff singing Happy Birthday in Arabic

Singing without instrumental accompaniment (known as Acapella) means that you can sing anywhere and everywhere.  Community choirs are now a strong feature across the UK, bringing people together to share their natural voices, to socialise and have fun.

Abbie Lathe's Group
Abbie Lathe’s Group

Once you get a taste for it, sign up for one of our singing weeks in Morocco, where you’ll have the chance to travel with members of your local group or to meet a new crowd of people.  See our Holiday Calendar here.  If you’re looking for Singles holidays, think Singing Singles!