Singing Workshop with Jack Brookes

A half day classical choral singing workshop on Saturday 25th February 2023 in Newport, Shropshire


About the day

Join Jack Brookes and accompanist Evy King for a lively and instructive afternoon of uplifting choral music.

We’ll be reading from music on the day, so some basic music-reading ability would be helpful. Maybe you played an instrument in the past or have sung in a choir before? Your skills don’t need to be advanced – the main thing to bring is a love of singing and an interest in learning some rousing tunes!

The work that we’ll be learning on the day will be  the Little Organ Mass by Joseph Haydn (Missa Brevis Sancti Joannis de Deo, Mass No.7 in Bb Major).  You can see a recording of it here.

We won’t just throw you in at the deep end, though – first we’ll be working through some vocal exercises and learning about singing technique, to help you perform to the best of your ability.




1:00pm – 5:30pm


Tea, coffee and biscuits all included!


Cosy Hall, 6 Water Ln, Chetwynd End, Newport TF10 7LD


£12 per ticket plus booking charge and £2 music hire charge
Limited spaces available, so please book early to avoid disappointment


Sheet music will be provided on the day for a small hire charge (£2). If you already have your own copy, of course (must be the Bärenreiter edition), please bring it along and you won’t need to pay the hire charge.

Haydn – Little Organ Mass

Contact Details

Event administrator: Helen Mitchell

Contact Email: [email protected]

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Jack Brookes

Jack is based in Stafford, England, and works as a Composer, Conductor and Performer. He graduated from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in 2017, and since then has undertaken high profile work with companies such as Welsh National Opera, and within the film music industry assisting with recordings at the prestigious Abbey Road Studios.

Jack has performed across the United Kingdom as a Conductor, Harpsichordist, Pianist and Singer. Jack now spends most of his time working as a composer for film and media, but also in the wider film music industry having assisted with the recordings of two recent Guy Ritchie film scores.

Having spent the majority of his degree specialising in the performance of Early Music, and broadening his academic and contextual understanding of music, Jack uses his knowledge of historical and contemporary practices to inform his conducting, and choir training; not only in singing the right notes, but in expression, vocal production and performance, also.

Book your ticket today!

Secure your place – advance bookings only, with limited tickets available