Learn to love to sing

No experience required for adult class at the Surrey Arts Centre; Free session Sept. 18.

Recording artist Rhayne will lead a singing class for adults at the Surrey Arts Centre beginning Sept. 25.

Think you can’t sing? Anyone can if they learn vocal techniques and secrets used by the professionals.

Join recording artist Rhayne for Love to Sing, her relaxed, fun, and inspiring group singing class for adults, being offered at the Surrey Arts Centre this month.

You’ll explore many music genres including pop, musical theatre, blues, ballads, and rhythm and blues. All you need is an interest in music – singing experience is not required. Rhayne’s vibrant and friendly teaching style creates an encouraging atmosphere where everyone, regardless of singing ability, feels at ease.

Offered at the Surrey Arts Centre for the first time, Love to Sing will run for five weeks beginning Sept. 25 at a cost of $50.

A free, introductory session is being offered on Sept. 18 from 2-4 p.m. Although the introductory session is free, participants are asked to register to reserve their spot. Register online at www.surrey.ca/register or by phone at 604-501-5100.

Rhayne is a professional recording artist and singer-songwriter who is passionate about teaching. She has performed professionally in musical theatre, studied voice under the late great Ralph Cole of The Nylons, and trained in several styles such as opera, adult contemporary, pop, R&B, and improvisation. She has been teaching her popular Love to Sing class for many years throughout the Lower Mainland. Her songs have had radio airplay in Canada, the U.S., and Australia, and club play throughout many countries, as well on internet radio. Learn more about her at www.rhayne.com

Surrey Arts Centre is located at 13750 88 Ave.

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