Calling all singers! – SABS Harmony College now in its third year


DO you like to sing, either alone in the shower or with friends?

Are you in a choir and looking for something a little different to enjoy as a group?

Maybe you’ve never sung in a group before and it’s something you’ve always fancied doing?

In just one weekend this coming October – Friday 6th to Sunday 8th – the Spanish Association of Barbershop Singers (SABS) offer a unique opportunity to singers everywhere to learn a cappella four-part harmony.  Even if you’re an old hand at singing, there will definitely be something new to learn from the fabulous champion quartet, PZAZZ, who are being flown in from the UK especially to work and play with us.

Over the course of this special weekend, you’ll be learning two acapella songs and enjoy singing in a men’s, ladies’ and a mixed chorus.

The venue for this weekend in October is the Hotel Costa Narejos in the resort of Los Alcázares, and those taking part are more than welcome to bring other family members with them.

SABS is very keen to spread the joy of learning acapella (singing without a backing track) throughout Spain.

“We had a wonderful time at our last event which is open to everyone who likes to sing” said SABS President, Lyn Baines, “It’s a great weekend, with a chance to make new friends as you sing together. Yes it’s quite hard work but such fun too. On the closing afternoon, everyone will get a chance to perform to an invited audience of family and friends.”

Places are limited and are being snapped up fast, so please make sure you register today to avoid disappointment.

Full details of the SABS Harmony College and this special weekend can be found at or e-mail:

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