News from Sandra Thibault

Items which did not make the January newsletter:

Harmonise Natural Voice Choir led by Sandra Thibault
New term starts 9th January 2014
Thursdays 1.30 to 3.00pm term time.
At Ritchie Hall, Hursley Road, Chandlers Ford SO53 2FT
Cost: £4.00 per session
Seeking new members, even those who think they can’t sing! No auditions. Just bring your voice and sense of fun!  Entry on Natural Voice website: http://www.naturalvoice.net/results.asp Contact: Sandra Thibault 02380-268617 or sandra@t-bo.co.uk

Velmore Voices led by Sandra Thibault and Louisa White
Starts Wednesday 8 January 2014 then continues on first Wednesday of every month.
Time: 2.00-3.00pm
At The Velmore Centre, Falkland Road, Eastleigh.
Cost: £3.00 including refreshments.
This is a new community singing group which will focus on improving health, building confidence and having fun with music and singing.
For more information contact GillianTowler on 023 8068 4493 or Gillian.towler@firstwessex.org

Pilands Can Sing led by Sandra Thibault and Louisa White
Starts Friday 31st January 2014 then last Friday of every month.
Time: 11.30am – 12.30pm
At Pilands Wood Community Centre, Chamberlayne Rd, Southampton.
Cost: £3.00 including refreshments.

This is a new community singing group which will focus on improving health, building confidence and having fun with music and singing. For more information contact GillianTowler on 023 8068 4493 or Gillian.towler@firstwessex.org

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“Big Christmas Sing” 7.12. 7pm

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Saturday 7th December 7 pm
new Oasis Academy Lordshill, Redbridge Lane SO16 0XN

The idea, started by Christian Aid, is to get people singing together in aid of charity.  Christian Aid works in some of the world’s poorest countries – we’re performing for free in order to support their work. Please contact us if you would like to get involved in any way.

This year we will have with us the Mayor of Southampton, Councillor Ivan White, Parkewood School of Dance, Highfield Dance Club, the Central Hall Community Gospel Choir and young singers from across Southampton.
Join us on for some joyful carol singing, a cracking dance show and refreshments – it’s gonna be a great evening!
Tickets available on the door and in advance from Christian Aid – suggested donation £5 per adult (children under 16 free).

For further details please e-mail me (thehastings@ntlworld.com) or contact: Christian Aid t:023 8070 6969 e:southwest@christian-aid.org or: http://www.southamptongospelchoir@org.uk m:07786 447045.

Festive Pop-up Choir with Fiona Funnell

Learn festive songs, perform in an informal fundraising concert to raise money for the Phillipines disaster. Led by Fiona Funnell.
Songs to include The Boarshead Carol, a Georgian Drinking Song and Cold Winter’s Night (by Fiona Funnell).
No auditions. Passion for singing essential!

Singing rehearsals:

Thursdays 28th, November, 5th, 12th      7.30pm – 9.30pm
St Mark’s Church Hall, Archers Road, Southampton SO15 2LU  (venue fully accessible)
Cost: £30, £24 concessions

Fundraising Performance: Thursday 19th December, 7.30pm
St Mark’s Church Hall

How to book:
PAYPAL
Visit www.FionaFunnell.co.uk Scroll down to the paypal button. You do not need a paypal account.
BACS transfer. Email Fiona for her bank details. Fiona.Funnell@aspects.net
CHEQUE/CASH Bring cash or a cheque payable to Fiona Funnell

Shanty Clash Mon 18.11 7:30 FREE

A unique performance of Sea Shanties with beatboxing on Monday 18th November 7:30 in the Guildhall Square, Southampton.
Shanty choir led by Fiona Funnell.  Celebrate Southampton’s past and present with this unique blend of traditional sea shanties and modern beatboxing.
Free event.  Hot rum toddies and hot chocolate on sale!
http://www.discoversouthampton.co.uk/visit/whats-on/2013/11/18/shanty-clash