Learning Resources

As well as attending rehearsals, we would appreciate it if you dedicate some of your own time to learning the notes. This ensures that the time spent in rehearsal with our conductor is productive in terms of blending the voice parts well and concentrating on making the overall sound more ‘musical’.

Learning CDs or on-line resources, which play your line prominently with the other parts in the background, are a good way to learn if you don’t read music or don’t have a keyboard.

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Our New Website!

  • Choir Updates

It was overdue but now it’s here. Many Thanks to Penn Studio for supporting this development and producing a fresh structure and design for the needs of everyone who is interested in our aims or in participating with their voice as part of our organisation. If you’re registered with our old site and still subscribed […]

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Our Jeans, Tee & Trainers Gerontius – April 2022

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  • Performance

No-one could have quite imagined our position as a choir on the day of our Royal Festival Hall concert on 6 April. We knew this would be a term of singing preparation like no other. The pandemic had reduced our singing membership, not just at the start of term but throughout the term resulting in a 25% loss […]

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