John Wesley's New Room Community Choir
We are looking forward to the new term, why not join us for a taster session?
The choir meet between 12noon-1pm in the chapel every Wednesday lunchtime during term time. Email Kate - email@example.com to book a taster session.
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 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.
Autumn/Winter Term 2023
The Autumn/Winter term runs from Wednesday 20 September - Wednesday 29 November 2023.
Wednesday 20 September - 18 October - 5 weeks
Wednesday 25 October - Half Term - No choir
Wednesday 1 November - 29 November - 5 weeks
Finishing with the highlight of the choir performing at our Lunchtime Carols on Wednesday 13 December.
Just £4 per rehearsal. Click here to purchase your £40 subscription for the Autumn/Winter term (10 weeks). Please purchase your Autumn/Winter term subscription by the start of the first rehearsal on 20 September. All monies go to support the work of the choir. Please email Kate - firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Here are a few comments from those in the Community Choir:
“Enjoy everything about participating in the choir, wish it could be longer. An hour goes far too quickly.”
“Frankie and Sara are doing a brilliant job and I am really happy to be a part of the New Room Community Choir. Thank you so much for being there for us.”
Choir Members, June 2023
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.
Frankie is a firm believer in the many benefits of group music-making. Singing is a fun experience that can improve your mood and inspire confidence and motivation.
Choir accompanist Sara 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.