Biiah (previously known as the Choral Hub) is an international community of thinkers, doers, and music collaborators who’ve witnessed first-hand how singing for wellness creates a positive impact. In their mission to motivate the world to rethink how they interact with the instrument they were born with,  they’ve developed the world’s first gamified singing app. Quick and fun challenges empower users to sing their way at home or on the move - feeling the benefits instantly! Committed to making music education as accessible and inclusive as possible, they recently launched and now host weekly online singing events and clubs led by the music industry’s top vocal coaches and composed of a network that includes thousands of people from different age ranges all over the world.

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Member discount 

Biiah is offering Making Music members 50% discount to join its online Come Sing! Club – a series of live, weekly 30-minute classes led by celebrated vocal coaches on Zoom. 

Classes span various genres and often target particular skills, ranging from soul music to breathwork. Lyrics are provided in advance when applicable, and for most of a class participants are on mute, so people have the freedom to sing (and dance!) however they like from the comfort of their homes. For singers already part of a choir or vocal group, the sessions offer an affordable way to keep your vocal cords in shape, improve technique and enjoy all the benefits of singing in between rehearsals. 

To claim the 50% discount, Making Music members can sign up at with the referral code: MakingMusic.

After a 30-day free trial, membership will be charged at the discounted price of £3.50 per month. 


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