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Get the lozenges out and the larynx in training for a vocal workout at this four-day programme of events, which will showcase some of the UK's best choirs and offer men and boys the chance to participate in a day of workshops on Saturday June 22. Before and after that you can get tips and inspiration from a whole range of performances and workshops, including The BBC Singers performing with 650 children from schools across Harrow, the Hilliard Ensemble performing music by Perotin and Pärt, the world premiere of Eriks Esenvalds’ City Songs featuring six choirs, and the Making Music Open Stage, which runs from 22-23 June and gives amateur choirs the opportunity to perform in the Roundhouse foyers and showcase its work. Specifically on the Saturday, there will be a 'dads and lads' singing workshop (11.30am-12.45pm), as well as a sing-like-a-bloke class with Chris Samuels (4-5.30pm) and London's gay men's chorus, Only Men Aloud, will perform at 8pm.