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Bring some JOY into your week!

Do you PLAY a musical instrument and love to SING?

Explore and develop your musical skills with a fun supportive group.

Be guided by Lisa to learn a variety of songs with a separate focus on vocals and playing.


ALL instruments and skill levels are welcome.

Guitar, ukulele, drums, percussion, banjo, mandolin, harmonica, flute, violin, keyboard, bass, harmonium, pure vocals and auto harp

have all had an appearance in the group…with many more welcome!

Everyone is welcome to join.

Thursday 7:00-8:30pm 

Winter Whimsey

5 weeks ~ July 14, 21, 28, August 4, 11 ~ $120

Bancoora-in, 291-295 Breamlea Road, Connewarre 

Buds of Spring

5 weeks ~ August 18, 25, September 1, 8, 15  ~ $120

Bancoora-in, 291-295 Breamlea Road, Connewarre 


“A safe, friendly and fun space for people at all musical levels to sing and explore their instruments together. The beautiful songs Lisa writes or selects evolve from week to week as we all develop new skills and make our personal contributions.” – Kerstin Lindros

“Singing with Strings & Things is a joyful part of my life.  After receiving a random gift of a ukulele, some friends recommended that I go to Lisa Singline for lessons.  Having never played an instrument or sung in front of other people, I was unsure and anxious.  Lisa is warm, generous and caring and helped me make a start.   Strings ‘N Things includes people of different talents and skills but they are a welcoming group.  Over the years that I have been part of this group I have seen Lisa introduce a wide variety of songs and guide us through both the playing and singing of them, many with harmonies.  The repertoire provides a range of challenges of playing and singing and I can hear how we continue to grow and make wonderful noise.  The spirit and heart of Strings ‘N Things is Lisa.  From her own compositions to clever transpositions of songs that make them more accessible and suitable for all members of the group.  As a wonderful and talented performer in her own right, Lisa is an inspiration to each of us as we move along our own musical journey.” - David Heffer

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