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MagicCon 2 | Workshop | RingChoir becomes Magic by K.A. Münderlein & S. Meyer

MagicCon 2 | Workshop | RingChoir becomes Magic by K.A. Münderlein & S. Meyer

A tradition continues. True to the motto It’s the RingChoir Again the choir workshop, which has increased in its popularity throughout many RingCons and HobbitCons, will be back for MagicCon 2.

So, attention, attention, dear singers and those aspiring to become singers! We are back and we’re bringing some music with us. If you like to delve deep into the musical world of the The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit movies, this workshop is what you’ve been looking for. The workshop is open to all who like to sing or who would like to try out being in a choir. To take part, you need no previous knowledge, film-related or music-related, just come and join us.

The choir practices are set every day during the con for two hours each day plus an obligatory stage rehearsal on Sunday morning at 8 am. If you want to be on stage with us during the closing ceremony (providing we’ll be part of it), you need to have attended at least two out of the three daily rehearsals plus the stage rehearsal. To get photos and autographs, you can leave briefly any time during the practices. If you would rather not be on stage, you are still very welcome to join the workshop. After all, it’s about the fun and the music.

An advance notification is required at least three days before the MagicCon by e-mail, because of us the notes must be printed!

Workshop leader: Kerstin-Anja Münderlein
Max. attendance: None  -  Pre-registration at:
Fee: EUR 5,00  -  Duration: 2 hours daily min
The Workshop will be held in: german and english
Sandra and Kerstin-Anja have been avid connies for more than a decade. In their free time, they like to overindulge in the musical world of Howard Shore. After having participated in the choir workshop at Ring*Con for a few years, they took over the RingChoir in 2011. Every year again, they are looking forward to immersing themselves in the musical world of Middle Earth together with the participants of the choir workshop and take them and the audience on a new musical adventure. To offer the workshop properly, they invest a lot of their free time, be that at rehearsal weekends or musical boot camps. This year again, they are bringing the fruits of their labour.

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