Being part of a choir is an invaluable part of musical education, in which you can put your vocal training into regular practice. You benefit from the exposure of weekly live performance, the discipline of performing with a group, and the abundance of musical experience that a high-quality ensemble brings, such as sight-reading and skills in general musicianship.
Wollaston Singers are a mixed voice group who perform a 3 night cabaret style show each year. We are currently recruiting male singers so if you fancy coming along to rehearsals, learning the music and choreography, please contact me for more information.
Following the success of the scratch choir event for Cransley Hospice, I am delighted to be carrying on working with The Frutones, a workplace choir that formed specially for the occasion. The 11 members loved the experience so much they have continued singing – a real life example of the benefits you can get from singing and performing in a group.
I am delighted to also work with ‘Crazy Hats’, a Wellingborough based breast cancer charity. In readiness for a “Celebration of Life’ concert held in May 2017, a new scratch choir of Crazy Hats volunteers, members and friends was formed. The Singing for Therapy group meet at the Crazy Hats base.