Soul Symphony Community Choir introduction session, Sep 16

Soul Symphony August 2014 flyer


Soul Symphony Community Choir is recruiting more people who love to sing. Join the taster session Tuesday September 16: from people who don’t sing but would like to, those who sing in the shower or karaoke, to keen amateurs – Soul Symphony needs you to help transform lives.

Soul Symphony is a diverse group of people who love to sing. With mixed ability and experience, we aim to positively impact our community and as such regularly raise funds for organisations and participate in events, including Mind in Croydon, Macmillan Cancer Support, Lives Not Knives, Jigsaw4u, St Francis Church and The Living Room Church, and Croydon University Hospital.

“We sing music that is enjoyed by everyone and no audition or experience is needed. Join the taster session from 7.30pm on September 16 at St John’s Community Hall, Upper Selsdon Road, Croydon CR2 8DD.”

Membership in Soul Symphony helps you learn about singing techniques and gives you the opportunity to build your confidence in performing. Other benefits include:

  • Development and achievement
  • Community service experience
  • Sing different types of music and genres (such as pop, soul, and gospel)
  • Improve your health and have fun
  • Meet and make friends
  • Career preparation opportunities

For more information, email info@soulsymphony.co.uk



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