Thank you to the guys who came along and sang on Sunday 28th April. Well done for braving the cold April afternoon. They had 240 visitors on the day which was great! Thanks to Simon for playing some folk music too and the Polite Mechanicals! See you in June. If you’d like to take part next time, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you one and all for a wonderful concert. We had an audience of over 200 on the afternoon of the 21st April at St Judes, for the afternoon concert. Southsea Infants were fabulous, Southsea CC we great and the first ever gig by the Polite Mechanicals went down a storm. We raised just over £950 on the day, which is phenomenal, it really is, considering the difficult financial times were going through. Beating the Blues is a really very worth while project, bringing people together through singing, improving people’s well-being… and having lots of fun. Thank you again to all who came, the choir’s cakes for the interval, Catherine, Margorie and Jilly for organising the refreshments and all at St Jude’s Church for making us feel so welcome in their lovely church. Maybe see you again next April? CD sales for the choir will take the total to over £1000, so a great success!
Singers are in good spirits at the end of the last rehearsal before the concert!
SOUTHSEA COMMUNITY CHOIR & FRIENDS…
Southsea Community Choir
Southsea Infant School
Polite Mechanicals – new folk band!
Sunday 21st April 2pm
St Judes Church, Kent Road, Southsea
An afternoon of song to raise money for ‘Beating The Blues’ local community music project. Come along and hear new songs and some old favourties!
Tickets £5 (donation for accompanied children).
AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR!
Refreshments of tea/coffee/juice & cake included. Contact 02392 811802
REGULAR TASTER SESSIONS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
19th Feb, 26th March, 28th May,
10th September, 29th October
Want help finding your voice?
Would you like to join a choir but don’t know where to start?
Feel you have no control over your singing voice but want to improve?
It’s never too late to learn so come along and have a go!
Southsea Community Choir invites you to join them! Choir leader Janet Ayers is running taster workshops throughout the year JUST FOR MEN!
These workshops are open to all men who like to sing, even if you’re not sure of your voice. No previous experience necessary! You’ll meet the other guys who sing with the group and get an idea of what it’s like to be part of a community choir.
£4 / £3 concession per session
At Trinity Methodist Hall, Albert Rd, Southsea
For more info or to book your place:
Email: email@example.com or call 02392 811802
Due to the weather we’ve decided to cancel the Big Sing tomorrow, Sat 19th Jan. Next Big Sing will be Sat 19th Feb! Take care and keep warm!
Seasonal Sing on a Sunday at the Sustainability Centre!
NEW DATES FOR 2013!
Sunday 24th March, Sunday 23rd June, Sunday 22nd September
& SATURDAY 7th December
Time: 1-4pm all in the green conference room with singing outside during the afternoon workshop.
Bring water to drink, money for the cafe and layers!
£10 in advance or £12 on the day! £30 to pay for all four workshops!
At the Sustainability Centre, East Meon, Hampshire
CHRISTMAS CONCERT with the POMPEY PLUCKERS!
Sunday 2nd December 2.30pm
BIG BIG BIG THANK YOU to all who came and performed, helped on the day and of course the audience! Wow, there were soooooooooooo many of you!
We raised £1154.12! with half going to the Portsmouth Stroke Club and the other half to the Trinity Church Building fund.
I was so busy conducting I didn’t get to take a photo of the choir, hopefully one will appear soon. Meanwhile, here is one of the pluckers from the second half of the concert!
Latest news! Blokes Sing is back for two weeks in July!
If you’re a bloke and interested in joining a choir, then come along on the 3rd & 10th July. If you don’t have a go now, you never will! Find your voice and improve your confidence.
Be inspired to join the choir. To book your place call Janet on 02392 811802 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. See the BLOKES SING page on this website for more info.
Also, now is the time to start planning your summer! Why not take up the Sing for Water challenge? Learn 7 songs in 8 weeks and get sponsored by your friends and family. All working towards a concert on Sunday 9th September at Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard. See the page on the site for more info, or email: email@example.com
Look forward to singing with you soon!