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Members are expected to be able to read music but need not be expert sight-
The choir is self-
Bursaries – the choir offers up to four bursaries per year (one in each voice part) to singers aged under 25. The recipients receive free membership and their own copies of the year’s music.
How to join – If you cannot attend one of the new “Open Rehearsals” you can either email the Secretary or just turn up at a Tuesday evening rehearsal during term. The choir meets during school terms, from 7.30 – 9.30 pm in the Kingswood Hall, Kingswood Place, London SE13.
All initial enquiries with regard to joining the choir should be made to the Secretary (email@example.com)
We plan to start each term with an ‘open rehearsal’ to invite possible new choir members to come along and sample what we are doing.
The first of these open rehearsals will be at 7.00 pm for 7.30 on Tuesday January 7th 2020 at the Kingswood Hall, Kingswood Place, Dacre Park, London,SE13 5BU You can borrow copies of the music for next term including Beethoven’s Mass in C.
For the summer term, when we will be performing Handel’s tremendous drama Theoora, the open rehearsal will be Tuesday March 31st 2020
Singing in a choir is a very enjoyable pastime with great artistic rewards. It develops the voice and musical skills and gives an insight into languages. Research shows that singing is beneficial to health and well -