Singing with us

The Choir

The termly fee is around £87 (£70 concessions) depending on the length of term. The optional advanced songs are extra.

If you would like to join the choir please email us at info@gasworkschoir.co.uk including your address and telephone number and you will be offered a place as soon as one becomes available. Currently there are a few new spaces each term and we have a waiting list to join. Also say whether you want an evening group (Monday or Wednesday) or the Tuesday afternoon group.

We meet fortnightly in 4 small groups (approx. 40 per group) at the lovely Gasworks Studio in St Werburghs. You can sing with us on Monday or Wednesday evenings, or Tuesday afternoons. Terms run Jan - May and Sep - Dec each year. In 2017 the Spring term runs later, starting at the end of Feb and running till an informal picnic concert on Sunday 25th June. There are 5 or 6 workshops at the studio each term, and 3 or 4 rehearsals all together with the whole choir in larger venues.

We perform at the end of each term. Summer concert locations vary and our December concert is always held in St Georges (a wonderful old church with fabulous acoustics that is situated off Park St in Great George Street and has been converted to a world class music venue holding 550 people).

Every term we also offer a couple of advanced songs for those who want more of a challenge and the opportunity to perform as a smaller group.

If you are waiting to join in there are a number of further options to sing......

Sing Your Socks Off harmony workshops and holidays

Sing Your Socks Off - Ali and Dee, along with Chris, Elaine and Fran and sometimes guest teachers, run harmony singing workshops, events and holidays. Click here to see our website for future singing events.

You might also want to join Classical Gas or the Scratchy Folk Orchestra -  see the separate tabs for more info.

Contact us

For these or any other enquiries, contact us by email info@gasworkschoir.co.uk.

 

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