Singing Lessons For Men & Women!

Learn To Sing American A Cappella

In the fall, the Northwest Sound and Northwest Mix choruses hostFREE singing lessons as a service to the Eastside. In this six-week workshop, our vocal coaches will teach you proper techniques for four-part harmony singing. You will learn healthy singing, proper tuning, finding your vocal range, singing in close harmony, proper vowel usage, and finding the message of a song. You will get group lessons and will sing with Northwest Sound during our rehearsals. And you'll have a chance to sing on stage at our holiday show!

This year, lessons begin on October 26, 2022 and continue every Wednesday except the week of Thanksgiving. Rehearsals run from 7:00 - 8:45 PM, but arrive at 6:40 the first day to register. We meet at the Temple B'nai Torah in Bellevue: 15727 NE 4th St. Enter in the front at the left-most door and ring the bell if no one is there to greet you.

People of all genders, ages, and skill levels are welcome. Even if you've never sung in a group before! Minors are welcome but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Our hosts at the Temple B'nai Torah require that all attendees be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Please bring your proof of vaccination. You will also be asked to provide your e-mail or phone number for contact tracing purposes.

The sing Sing SING! program is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Bellevue Eastside Arts Partnerships.

To sign up for information about sing Sing SING! please e-mail [email protected] or call 425-998-8252.
“The best part was definitely the welcoming and instructive atmosphere offered during and after attending Sing Sing Sing. It was clear how much everyone was helping each other and how many years of experience the whole chorus had for other members to learn from.”
Matt Herbst

One past Sing, Sing, Sing participant and now chorus member put it best when he said, “What I loved immediately was how people treated me. That first night I came home and my wife asked me how it went. I said, ‘Everyone was so warm!’ I came for the music, but I stayed for the brotherhood!”
Matt Astle