Looking for a new hobby for the new year? Fancy having a go at singing in a choir?
We’re running a free singing workshop on Wednesday 8th January from 7.30pm – 9.30pm at Trinity Methodist Church, Woking so why not give us a try? The workshop will be run by our very own assistant musical director and professional bass baritone, Laurence Williams.
Singers of all ages, abilities and voice parts welcome. All you need to bring is yourself plus 50p for a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit at the break halfway through the rehearsal. You can also contact us if you have any other questions. We look forward to seeing you there.
Thank you to everyone who has attended one of our concerts this season and helped us to raise over £1100 for the York Road Project!
This year, we have selected a charity to support for the whole year so we aim to significantly increase this total with our performance of The Armed Man by Karl Jenkins in March 2020 and our Broadway Review concert in June. We look forward to seeing you there. For more information about our upcoming concerts, visit the Future concerts page on our website.
Have you always fancied singing Mendelssohn’s Elijah or revisiting it if you’ve sung it before? Or perhaps you’re interested in joining a choir but not sure what it would be like.
Whatever the reason, singers of all ages and abilities are welcome at our Come and Sing day, when we will learn and perform Mendelssohn’s Elijah in a single day!
These workshops are relaxed and fun, and most of those around you will either have never sung the piece before or at least not recently, so we’ll all be in the same boat.
Tickets are £20 or £10 for under 30’s and include refreshments and music hire. For more information and to book online, click here.