Choir

Body, mind and spirit all benefit in this most social of activities which offers fun, comradeship and a feeling of wellbeing as well as a good sing. Come and join us.

Aughton Village Hall for rehearsals); for events - see below
Wednesdays for rehearsals); for events - see below
10.00 - 12.00 for rehearsals; for events - see below
  • Leader: Ann Henders - 01704 841085
  • Coordinators:
    • Jennie Rothwell - 01695 575969
    • Ruth Griffiths - 01695 571772
  • Choir Master: Duncan Roberts - 01257 464363  & 07553 416487 (mobile)

If you are or were a singer, and think you might enjoy a new group, or if you’ve ever thought you might like to sing but feared an audition or being embarrassed by lack of musical knowledge, come and give us a try. We welcome everyone. There are no auditions and some of us don’t read music, but we all sing, socialise and enjoy ourselves. All rehearsals are “open”. You would be most welcome to come along to see (and hear) what goes on, and to join in if you wish.

The Choir sings a wide variety of music from musicals to traditional songs to classical pieces, the overall aim being to give all members the enjoyment and benefits of choral singing. We normally have two or three events during the year.

Please see the Group Posts below for a blog giving activity details (latest first). 

‘Rhythm of Life’ Choir Concert

U3A Choir Member, Joan Potter, has sent in this message to the Web Team:

Fri July 6th – The U3A Choir will be joining the KTB Choir from Midge Hall in a combined concert ‘Rhythm of Life’, in aid of Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.

Venue, Rufford Village Hall at 7:30 pm.

There will be a raffle and light refreshments at the interval.

Tickets £5, available from wegottickets.com/ktbmusic or ring 01772 933042.

Members’ Memos


Events:

Wed July 18th – Final short rehearsal of this season, followed by refreshments

Wed Aug 29th – Rehearsals recommence

Fri Oct 19th – Our Autumn Concert ‘Desert Island Favourites’, has been postponed until March 2019. We have already been involved in four performances this year and  with Springfield and the U3A Christmas Service yet to come, rehearsal time would be too limited.