🎶🎶 Fill  Your   Life   With   Music 🎶🎶

 
 

 

The FEARRINGTON VILLAGE SINGERS announce our 

First Annual Summer MEMBERSHIP DRIVE.


You will see us all around the Village knocking on doors between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM Monday, June 6th, through Friday, June 10th.

We will be welcoming new music lovers from all our neighborhoods, Galloway Ridge, and the surrounding area. We will give information packets to all residents and neighbors who might wish to sing with us.

Plan to join us in early September 2022, as we begin rehearsals for our Winter Concerts.
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For more information
, call Donna Corgnati, Membership Chair @ 919-696-7353, donnacorgnati@gmail.com 🎶🎶

 

 This chair resides on the Fearrington Cares patio and commemorates Fearrington Village Singers chorus members 
who have passed away. 
 
This memorial project began two years ago
 and evolved to include a set of chairs with plaques 
from other Fearrington organizations and individuals. 
 
Thanks especially to Linda Patterson for her leadership.




 
Inspiration from Matt!


University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, WI; Milwaukee Art Museum, 2014
Dr. Gary R. Schwartzhoff, conductor

https://youtu.be/Yh27BR0Dtb4


performed live by Octarium
Octarium performs Daniel Gawthrop's "Sing Me to Heaven" live at the Listener's Choice concert
February 2011 - Krista Lang Blackwood, artistic director


How Singing Influences Our Health


The Fearrington Village Singers want to share the following benefits of singing—whether you sing in the shower or want to join us in the fall (if the pandemic allows). Experts recommend singing for at least 5 minutes daily, equating the benefits with that of physical exercise.  (Adapted from AdiDisha Yoga.)

·       Singing communicates to the body the “right” vibes that increase our vitality

·       When singing, special chemicals release in the human brain that help us feel peace and joy

·       Singing improves blood circulation in the throat area, which has a beneficial effect on vocal cords, tonsils, and numerous lymph nodes in the throat—and therefore significantly increases local immunity (in other words, we rarely catch colds)

·       Singing improves the blood supply, which leads to brain activity intensification—the brain starts working more intensely, memory improves, any information is easier to perceive

·       Singing is very useful for lung diseases, as it creates respiratory gymnastics that promote the development of chest and proper breathing, while significantly reducing the number of acute lung conditions

·       With regular singing, the level of immunoglobulin and hydrocortisone, which are signs of good immunity, increase in the body

·       Singing has led to methods that treat stuttering and help improve diction

·       Singing is used even in the fight against obesity—when nourished people still feel hunger pangs, singing two or three songs instead of eating helps to alleviate the urge to eat

·       Singing improves blood supply in the head and generally rejuvenates the body, improving skin condition