Singing For Pleasure is the most successful charity fund-raising choir in Hertfordshire.
Founded in November 1980 by musical directors Cliff and Glynis Rogers, it was the first ever community choir in the area and has gone from strength to strength, gaining local and national awards.
Glynis & Cliff realised that there were a lot of people locally who would like to sing in a choir but were put off from joining because of the audition process that was prevalent in all the local choirs and amateur dramatic societies.
With this in mind, Glynis and Cliff took away the audition process to join Singing For Pleasure.
They were the first to do this in 1980, and it has been copied by most of the local choirs and musical societies since. But it was their bravery and forethought that led to Singing For Pleasure being the very first to achieve this. Something that Glynis still believes in to this day.
The choir’s wide repertoire ranges from the easy-listening genre, including lively
arrangements from popular entertainment, to joyous light classics and choral music.
We rehearse every Friday (during term time) between 8pm & 10pm at
St. John the Evangelist Church, Monks Rise, Knightsfield, Welwyn Garden City, AL8 7NF
Closer to concert time, we do have extra rehearsals scheduled (usually on Tuesday evenings)
Singing For Pleasure would love to hear from anyone for has a passion for singing. We have an open door policy from 16 to 160!
We remain the cheapest and most value for money choir in the whole of Hertfordshire.
The ability to read music is not necessary, all we ask is a willingness to learn.
For more information please see below.
Saturday 8th December
Howard Centre, Welwyn Garden City
Maiya is a year 10 student at St Monks Walk School and she will be taking part in the World Challenge 2019 to India and the Himalayas.
This is a self-funded project and all students are encouraged to raise the cost of the trip by fundraising projects.
Sunday 16th December 2018 - 4pm
St John The Evangelist Church
Proceeds to go to Herts Young Homeless
We will be raising money to help Maiya Barron at the Howard Centre, Welwyn Garden City
Saturday 8th December 11am - 2pm.
And then Sunday 16th December 2018
At St. John the Evangelist Church, Monks Rise, Knightsfield, Welwyn Garden City, AL8 7NX
proceeds to Herts Young Homeless
Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom
Andrew Rogers - 07 824 363 472
Box Office & General Enquiries
Glynis Rogers - 01 707 377 543
Judy Arnold - 01 707 645 275
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