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Do I have to read music?

There is no requirement to read music as we mainly work with lyric sheets only. You will be taught by a professional danceSing Music Leader who will quickly help to learn by ear and build your confidence.

How do I work out my vocal range, so I know which harmony part to sing?

Your music leader will talk you through each song before you start learning and help you assess which part you should be singing both in terms of vocal range and musical difficulty.

What sort of songs do you sing?

We focus mainly on pop and rock songs so this makes up the majority of our material, but we also sing Classical, Musical Theatre, Gospel, Jazz & Folk music. You will recognise a lot of our repertoire which makes singing with us fun and accessible, but we also like to introduce you to some less well-known music that you might not be familiar with to give you great variety in your singing journey.

How are the Live singing/vocal/choir sessions delivered?

Our Live sessions are delivered via our private Facebook group for members. When you become a member, you will be sent a welcome email with a direct link to the danceSing On Demand LIVE Members Facebook page. Please request to join and allow up to 24 hours for your request to be approved (typically this is done much sooner!).  You can also find our page by searching for the “danceSing On Demand LIVE Members” page on Facebook.  If your Facebook name is different to the one you have used to join danceSing, please get in touch at to let us know to avoid any confusion and approval delay.  And should you miss any of our Live sessions, don’t worry, just catch up later.

What music resources are available?

To remain inclusive to both music readers and non-music readers, we work with clear and carefully prepared lyric sheets rather than sheet music. These guide and cue members through the song whilst they are being taught and members find that this way of learning, while sometimes slightly slower than reading a musical score, actually commits things to memory much better.  Members also have access to audio learning resources which they can download via the website and use to practise with at home.

Where can I find lyric sheets and audio resources to support my learning?

Resources to support your learning and ensure you get the most from your singing experience can be found in our Video Library Portal on the danceSing website.

Resources for On Demand sessions, are connected to each On Demand series.  For our Live sessions, including our Virtual Choir Projects, additional resources can be found in the Music Library, accessible via our Video Library Portal.

Simply log into the Account section of the website here and either choose a series/session for On Demand resources, or click ‘Additional Music Files’ in the main navigation pane (between ‘Favourites’ and ‘My Account’ to access the Music Library for the Live session resources.

Health Statement - Your Health & Wellbeing

  1. The danceSing On Demand programme is physically demanding. You must listen to your body and work at a level that is appropriate to your health and ability. Take breaks when needed and keep hydrated, ensure you have space to workout, clear of any objects, loose floor coverings, pets, children, other people, or equipment not currently in use.
  2. Only you can know if you are in a suitable physical condition to safely perform this exercise program and follow the nutrition plan. If you have any doubt at all, consult your doctor or physician before you take part in danceSing On Demand to assess your physical suitability. Follow all safety instructions before and during this or any fitness plan.
  3. If at any time you feel pain, discomfort, dizziness or nausea, you should slow down and stop exercising slowly. Then consult your medical provider.
  4. If exercising with a child, please assess the suitability of the exercise program first and consult with the child’s doctor or physician to confirm that they are physically fit to take part in danceSing On Demand. If at any time your child experiences pain, discomfort, dizziness or nausea, you should instruct them to slow down and stop exercising slowly. Again, then consult your child’s medical provider.
  5. If you are pregnant or have any underlying or special medical conditions you must first consult a doctor or physician to seek medical advice and confirm you understand the risks, contraindications, and complications of using this programme. Failure to do so could result in significant injury to you and others (including, if applicable, your unborn child).