Frequently asked questions
Here are our FAQs. If you have a question that isn't listed here then please get in touch now!
Do I have to audition?
Nope! Our choirs are open to all! So whether you think you're a good singer or not, why don't you come and give it a try!
Do you use sheet music?
Nope! We don't believe anyone should be excluded from singing just because they don't read sheet music! We learn by ear and use lyric sheets.
Do you run during term time?
We usually run during term time. Occasionally those dates change but we keep you updated with a monthly member's email.
What age do you have to be?
Our choirs are aged 18+ and we have a really big mix of ages from 18 through to 60+. So as long as you're over 18, you're good to go! And no... you're not too old ;)
What sort of music do you sing?
We sing pop songs that you know and love from the charts. Some of them are new, some of them are old, but they're all really good fun!
How much does it cost?
Your first session at choir is free! After that it's £7 a week paid termly at the beginning of the term.
Do you perform?
Yes! We love to go busking and perform at local events, especially to help raise money for charity. Performances are not mandatory. If you have an event you'd like the choir to perform at then get in touch!
Should I sing Alto, Soprano or something else?
Our choirs are split into 3 sections main sections: tops, middles & bottoms! The middles generally take the melody of a song, bottoms sing lower and tops sing higher. But if you're still not sure, we can help you decide.
Where do you rehearse?
Our Monday choir rehearses at Marholm Village Hall in Marholm. Our Tuesday Choir rehearses at Loxley Community Centre in Werrington. Luckily, both choirs have a pub nearby and we tend to go for a cheeky drink afterwards!
Rachel Harris, York:
"I was looking for a new hobby and found so much more than I ever imagined. Lovely people, lots of laughs and I get to sing fab songs arranged by the very talented but mad Lucy!"
Sarah Henshaw, York:
"A very relaxed and fun choir with a brilliant teacher and lots of friendly faces."