Welcome to our website

Hi everyone ๐Ÿ™‚.

Big news, we have moved.

Immanuel Baptist Church have welcomed us with open arms and we are so very happy to be with them. The church can be found at 

109 Victoria Rd N, Southsea, Portsmouth, Southsea PO5 1PS

Rehearsal times are the same as always - Thursday evenings during term time, from 7.30 to 9.30. We are ensuring everything is covid compliant.

Here is just a little bit about us:

We are a small, friendy choir for female voices singing a wide range of music  to suit all tastes, including music from the shows such as "Les Miserables" and "Phantom of the Opera", to Westlife's "You Raise Me Up" and The Military Wives' popular "Wherever You Are", 'Annie's Song', Freddie Mercury and Abba.

As a Community Choir, we have raised thousands of pounds for both local and national charities, and entered many Music Festivals. Nowadays, we concentrate more on entertaining people and perform many concerts throughout the year in different venues in and around Portsmouth, including a concert in aid of The Lord Mayor's Appeal at the Guildhall, and summer and Christmas concerts at John Pounds Church in Old Portsmouth. The Choir is available to hire for Weddings and other occasions.

Many things about us has changed over recent years but one thing never changes, that singing makes you so happy - Russell Grant, while judging a TV choir competition said 'You can hear a smile when ca choir is enjoying the singing'...well, that is us. 

if you have ever thought about joining a choir, please join us on a Thursday evening and see what we are all about.  I promise you won't be dissapointed. 

 

 

This is us singing at Natasha's Wedding on the 22nd June 2020, when we were all allowed to stand together!!!

9. Aug, 2019

New Members will be made most welcome

Here we are in our choir t-shirts, we still have plenty left for new members when the time comes.

9. Aug, 2019

DATE FOR YOUR 2021 / DIARY

 

 Due to Covid restrictions, we don't have any concerts to report on, but we live in hope :)

 

 

 

 

Practice makes perfect ....