A mixture of old and new songs including a chance for the audience to sing along!
All the Right Notes is on the move to a new home.
All very welcome – our membership ranges from 10 to 90+ in age.
Some people have sung for years, others are coming to it completely fresh!
Come along for a free taster session, and then there’s a four-practice (roughly four-weekly) subscription (currently £20; £15 for concessions) rather than asking you to commit to a whole term in advance!
For more details email firstname.lastname@example.org or just come along.
Right Notes will now take a break until the start of 2016, and we will pick up again on January 6th at 7.45 at St Edward’s. That’s a perfect opportunity for new members to come along – we’ll be starting on new music as well as reviving some old favourites.
The songs have an American-based theme, including excerpts from Jersey Boys.
Tickets are £7.50 for adults, children under 16 free (and don’t need a ticket).
They can be bought via members of the choir, from the Spire Cafe at St John’s, or from the Help Point in Burgess Hill.
Following the very successful concert held on December 10th at St Edward the Confessor in Burgess Hill, as well as the singing events at Light Up Hassocks on November 28th and at B&Q on December 6th, All the Right Notes is now on holiday until Wednesday January 7th, 2015.
Photos from the events can be seen here – it’s being updated as I receive more pictures, so do please send them along!
The first practice will be at St Edward’s at 7.45 on January 7th, and all are very welcome to come along for a taster session. We will be starting work on a number of new pieces that evening and any choir members who want to suggest items we can do, please get in touch over the Christmas holidays.
For more details, email Paul Simpson at email@example.com or call 07808 922715.
There will be a varied programme of music including some seasonally appropriate songs for the audience to join in, as well as some old favourites.
Tickets cost £5 for adults (under 16s are free), and can be bought from choir members, from St Edward’s Church, and on the door. They can be reserved by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org