New Room Community Choir
The choir meet between 12noon-1pm in the chapel. The choir usually meet during term time on a Wednesday lunchtime.
You are welcome to join at any time! With a varied repertoire of pop, folk, rock, jazz, blues and gospel, and open to requests for your favourite tunes, the New Room Community Choir hopes to bring people together through singing. No auditions, no need to read music – everyone is welcome! For Meg and Judit, our choir leaders, the idea of the New Room Choir is to create a relaxed space to enjoy singing together and have fun learning new songs.
Why not join us in the new term?
The current term runs from Wednesday 15 January to Wednesday 1 April 2020. We will have a break on Wednesday 19 February. Click here to download our term card.
Just £3 per rehearsal. You are able to pay for a term by bank transfer, cash or cheque. All monies go to support the work of the choir. Please email Kate email@example.com or call 01179264740 for further information.
Here are a few comments from those in the Community Choir:
“Very relaxing and enjoyable…..an oasis of well being in the middle of the week.”
“I always leave the session feeling more hopeful and uplifted.”
“It lifts my spirits. I have enjoyed making new friends.”
Serving our Community
Once or twice within each term the choir goes out to perform in our local community. This is a way of brightening the day of passers-by, as well as raising funds for local charities.
Choir leader Judit is registered as a music therapist and is aware of the many benefits of singing in a choir – singing as part of a group is an opportunity to connect and share a meaningful and fun experience that can improve mood and inspire confidence and motivation. Judit is a pianist and music teacher. She has experience singing in choirs as well as accompanying, and conducting occasionally. She has been involved in coordinating and assisting children musical projects.
Meg is a singer and instrumentalist, performing regularly in choirs, orchestras and other ensembles across the south west. She has led and accompanied community choirs, vocal ensembles and musical theatre societies, and is a firm believer in the many benefits of group music-making. Meg met Judit while training to be a music therapist.