Harmony singing for men. Try it!
Voicemale is an informal men’s harmony singing session that happens on Wednesday evenings on the South Side of Glasgow as part of the community outreach project called Finn's Place (registered charity SCO45350).
Men of all and any levels of singing experience are welcome to turn up at Voicemale. We learn by ear, you don’t need to read music, it’s for fun.
After a break during the month of July, we're singing again. We're now back at our old stamping-ground at Langside Parish Church, 167 Ledard Rd, GLASGOW G42 9QU, meeting at 7.30pm rather than 8pm.
We're always keen to get new singers on board. If you're reading this and thinking about it, why not come along? You're welcome any time. For details check out the WHERE and WHEN pages. You can download a PDF of our flyer here. Please help by spreading the word.
There’s a wealth of different styles and traditions out there to explore, from sea-shanties to drinking-songs to Georgian toasts, not forgetting the wonderful harmony traditions of Africa and the Mediterranean. If you were put off singing at school, or told you couldn’t sing, this might be just what you need. Come and join us and prove there’s more to it than male voice choirs and barbershop quartets.
DISCLAIMER: "Voicemale" is not a particularly original pun. Glasgow Voicemale has no connection with other Voicemales in Norfolk, Cardiff, Morpeth, Antwerp, Utah, Brandeis University (Massachusetts), Western Australia and doubtless sundry other places. We send them all fraternal greetings.