Holiday season means EVERYONE SINGSPosted on
Why is it that singing is garnering more attention these days to help our communities? Why does music soothe the soul and invigorate the mind?
Isn’t this the BHS recipe for success over the past 78 years?
The closing months of the year usually mean many singing opportunities: holiday parties, concerts, church sing outs, etc. Remember, this is one time of year when even self-identified “nonsingers” bust out a carol or two, so be sure to invite them to sing with you. A few ways:
- Team up wth church choir singers, school singers, etc., for a community night of singing. Not a concert – just a collaborative night of music-making.
- Take it to the streets! Wander the neighborhood with new friends singing just becyase.
- Show up at Black Friday waiting queues and get people singing with you.
- Don’t stop at the holiday season. Everyne shows up in December with treats and songs. No one comes by in March. Plan now for future “cheer-up” visits. As the song reminds us, “It’s not the things you do at Christmastime, but the Christmas things you do all year.”