Latest News on FREYjA’s Choir and Upcoming London Concert

Hello One and All.
Our next FREYjA Concert is at Dean St Jazz Club, Soho London on Thurs 26th September and it just opened for BOOKINGS. Meanwhile…

…I have had an incredible time running our Speak Easy Bumblebees Choir in Provence this summer for teenagers and adults trying to learn English. You can see photos at FREYjAMUSIC FACEBOOK. If you like it, then please “like” it!

My little Bumblebees Choir in West London has also performed its first private concert. The kids did themselves proud. Next term I start my new job as Choir Master at the Jacques Prevert School Club in London. Anyone want me to start one in North London? I think I may have a beautiful church venue. Adults or children choirs…let me know EMAIL THE CHOIR

Summer holidays now, whilst I keep working on the last 10,000 words of my novel “Siren Letters from Paris” (working title only at this stage)

Thanks for dropping by. Please feel free to leave feedback and if you don’t have all the albums yet, then go ahead and buy!

Blessings from Cornwall. FREYjA x

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