About Me

Annie Griffith is a Community Music Practitioner working in Lincolnshire.

Her Community Music Programme is aimed at getting more people involved in making their own music, rather than simply passively experiencing it as a listener.  Towards this end, Annie puts on free singing workshops, runs a variety of community and workplace choirs, as well as organising concerts, group sings and concert dates throughout the year.

Feel free to leave a comment here or contact Annie at annie@anniegriffith.co.uk to find out more about what is happening with Community Music in Lincolnshire!

2 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hello Annie!

    I’m interested in joining a community choir in Lincoln. I haven’t sung since school ( and then not well ) and am quite shy so wouldn’t be a good candidate for auditioning. I cannot read music but have recently been looking at local piano teachers fees with a view to learning how to play.
    Would your choir be suitable? If not do you know of any avenues I could try?

    Many thanks
    Janet

    • Hi Janet,
      Sorry not to answer sooner – had a lot of stuff happening here!
      You would be absolutely welcome at any of my choirs, and I don’t believe in auditions – everyone can sing and everyone improves the more they sing, auditions just make people feel rubbish.
      I do often use sheet music, but at a very basic level, and most people pick it up as they go. (I’m also debating doing a “beginner’s guide to reading music” workshop at some point, that might be interesting…)
      We meet in Lincoln on a Thursday (Bishop Grosseteste University Chapel at 6pm) or in Navenby on a Tuesday (The Venue, 2pm). Would love to welcome you along to either of those! (I also do a Steampunk Choir on Mondays at The Victoria Pub in Lincoln at 7pm if you are into steampunk!)

      Hope to see you soon!

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