Different types of Singing Holiday
Singing Holidays offer different types of exquisite music events from folk with The Unthanks to Music Theatre, Classical, North African Berber and, of course, luxury Singing Retreats. With each type of music holiday, we go to different areas & cities across Europe. We also go to Africa and America too!
During most of our holidays we delve deep into the music of our destination and collaborate with local artists. Singing Holidays isn’t just ‘a holiday’, it’s a unique and wonderful opportunity to understand diverse cultures through music and singing within a small group.
Typically our singing holidays run for 5-nights unless otherwise specified. Our Singing Retreats are the exception. They run for 7-nights and include individual voice and Yoga sessions as well as 4-hours of daily group workshops.
Every Singing Holiday we run is fully inclusive, meaning they’re suitable for newbies and experienced alike. Because we keep our groups small, we can really look after everyone individually making sure no one is left feeling out of their depth or flustered. Singing Holidays is 100% fun and 0% panic!
So, choosing a holiday is easy. If you like a particular genre or style then go for that one, or if you fancy trying something a bit different then the opportunity is there for you to mix it up a bit. Many of our Singing Holiday Makers enjoy numerous styles of music and come on a mix of holidays.
Small is beautiful
We think it’s the little things in life that matter the most. That’s why we only take small groups on our singing holidays. We want you to eat in tiny restaurants where mamma still cooks the food and stay in cosy, exquisite nests that feel like home.
We want you to get the maximum from every opportunity – from the incredibly talented professionals who teach you right through to the inspirational performance spaces that might otherwise be inaccessible.
A small group allows us to focus on the little details that can make all the difference and on you as an individual rather than just a face in the crowd. Most importantly though, a small group engenders a warmth and intimate connection between ‘friends’ who just LOVE to sing.