Hu­mans with voices in­vited to come sing

Sunshine Coast Daily - Caloundra Weekly - - LIFE -

WHEN Jessie Vin­tila and Emma Royle cre­ated Sing

the Camino, an idea borne in 2014 from their love of mu­sic, walk­ing, trav­el­ling, food and wine, they did not ex­pect to find so many like minded trav­ellers keen to em­bark on the jour­ney with them.

The pair have now taken seven groups to sing and walk through north­ern Spain, along the an­cient pil­grim track, singing by night, some­times with lo­cal mu­si­cians from beau­ti­ful, di­verse Span­ish folk mu­sic tra­di­tions.

Also a gifted choir direc­tor and ar­ranger, Jessie runs the 100-strong Raise the Roof Choir in North­ern NSW and trav­els through­out Aus­tralia and New Zealand shar­ing her love of vo­cal har­mony in her singing work­shops, with won­der­ful songs from her Span­ish trav­els, and fan­tas­tic blue­grass, gospel and folk songs.

In her first Sun­shine Coast work­shop, Jessie in­vites ‘all hu­mans with all voices’ to join her at the Pere­gian Beach Com­mu­nity House on Sun­day, March, 11 from 10am-1pm. Tick­ets avail­able at singth­e­ Early bird $30, $35 after March 4 or at the door. 0417 277 211 [email protected]­e­

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