Workshop with

an ARIA award-winninG vocalist

From corporate team building to choirs and vocal groups (adult and school age), Naomi Crellin can bring your group to new musical heights.

All genres/skill levels can be accommodated.

Do some yellin' with Crellin.

The science surrounding singing is comprehensive: singers are happier, healthier, more highly achieving people who feel strongly connected to their society. Singing in groups  can alleviate depression, anxiety and feelings of disconnect and isolation.

Jazz, pop, folk, vocal improv, arranging, ballads (how to sing without boring your audience), lyric interpretation, rhythm & groove, tonal variation and blend, vocal technique and so much more!

AAH participants will learn the craft of small-group singing through training developed over many years of professional experience in The Idea of North and other vocal groups and ensembles. Participants will be formed and reformed into different combinations, learning how to hold a part, blend with different vocal tones, musically collaborate with other singers, and even write and arrange their own repertoire. 

Harmony skills classes comprising of music theory, sight reading and aural training are included free with every registration. These classes are non-compulsory but highly recommended.

The final class of each term will have a performance focus, and will be open to family and friends wishing to observe. In addition to this, throughout the year other public performance opportunities may arise as a result of your work within the AAH. These will be coordinated by the AAH in collaboration with the chosen participants.