Eastleigh Fusion Choir
Every Tuesday evening 7.30pm – 9.30pm, doors open at 7.15pm
St Andrew’s Methodist Church, Blenheim Road, Eastleigh SO50 5SD.
£5.50 per session.
We are one of the south coasts more enjoyable choirs and sing for the sheer enjoyment of singing.
We also perform and raise money for local charities and good causes, but if you would rather not perform that is fine with us.
There can be nothing more enjoyable and uplifting than to meet every week to sing great songs along to fabulous music with wonderful people – that’s what we do at the Eastleigh Fusion Choir, and everyone is welcome.Website
The Eastleigh Live At Home Scheme
Tuesdays 2.30pm to 4.00pm
St Andrews Methodist Church, Blenheim Road, Eastleigh SO50 5SD
A new singing and social group for people aged 60 or over in Eastleigh .
First session free and a suggested donation of £3.00-£5.00 thereafter.
For further details contact Mark Kirby Tel: 07989 710620 email@example.com
Tuesdays 13:45pm – 15:45 pm (except 2nd Tuesday in the month)
Freemantle United Reformed Church Hall
257, Shirley Road, Shirley, Southampton SO15 3HS.
£5 per session.
With a wheelchair accessible toilet and free on-site parking.
Chessel Chanters is a choir of 20+ singers all of whom have Parkinson’s disease or who are supporting someone with the condition.
The rehearsals are very joyful and uplifting occasions. Singing is great for people with Parkinson’s as it helps with breathing, rhythm, voice volume and concentration. All singing releases endorphins which make you feel good and in this environment people can forget any medical issues and just have a good old sing because everyone in the room understands what it is like to live with Parkinson’s. The group warm up with specific body, breath and vocal exercises (and lots of laughter) before practising songs to perform, often in 3 part harmony. No experience or ability to read music required, all songs taught by ear. We have a refreshment break halfway through for tea and biscuits and to have a good old chat.
Choir member Colin says “I felt apprehensive to walk through the door that first day, I didn’t know what to expect but everyone is friendly and we support each other. It is great fun and I always go home feeling on top of the world!” New members always welcome.
Contact Pauline McWilliams 07548 128216 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Voices of the Forest
Tuesdays 7.30pm – 9.30pm,
Emery Down Village Hall, SO43 7EB
We are a popular and successful world music choir: we sing songs from many countries, cultures, religions, ages and genres; a cappella, in 4-part harmony and in original languages. We are led by our talented MD Fabian Lochner and we learn by ear: you don’t need to read music. If you have a little singing experience and can hold a tune well, and you are willing to learn and perform, come for a free taster session one Tuesday evening. Or phone Cathy first on 02380-811634
Fee per Tuesday evening: £6 (full fee) or £5.50p (concessions)
Tuesdays 1.30 to 2.45pm, during term time.
Main Hall, Badger Farm Community Centre, Badger Farm Rd, Winchester, SO22 4QB
This is a new singing group, learning folk songs mainly from 1960s & 1970s. All songs taught by ear and arranged in 3 or 4 part harmony, sung a cappella, no instruments. Open to all, no experience necessary.
First session is free, then £5 per week.
Further information from email@example.com, or call 07941 246685
Tuesdays 8pm – 9:30pm Term time
Crestwood College Shakespeare Road Eastleigh SO50 4FZ
£5 per session
A new choir to the newsletter.
A community choir singing in the gospel tradition. All welcome – no auditions
Vintage Sounds – Southampton
Every Tuesday 2 – 4 pm and 7:30 – 9:30 pm
Townhill Park Community Centre. Meggeson Ave. SO18 2FH
Have fun learning 3 part harmony singing songs from the 50s & 60s .
We’ll sing uplifting gospel, hits from the girl groups to rock-roll, doo-wop to Motown!
Make new friends, no experience necessary
First 2 sessions free!
(tea & cake break!)
We look forward to seeing you!😀
02380 570 780
07982 612 935