Singing for Pleasure today is one of the oldest community Choirs in and around Hertfordshire and continues to thrive and raise money for charity.
Join us this year for:
Saturday 19th June, Living crafts event at Hatfield House.
we shall be singing for most of the day to entertain the many visitors to this event in the beautiful and historic grounds of Hatfield House.
for more information please visit: https://www.hatfield-house.co.uk/
Unfortunately due to Covid-19 this has been moved to next summer. An evening of music ranging from ballads to stage and screen. 4th July 2020 7.30pm St. John the Evangelist Church, Monks Rise, Knightsfield, Welwyn Garden City, AL8 7NX. Proceed to Essex & Herts Air Ambulance saving lives and delivering a vital service.
Unfortunately due to Covid-19 this has been moved to next year.
A night of festive fun for all the family with music of the season and a special visit all the way from the North Pole. 12th December 2020 7.30pm St. John the Evangelist Church, Monks Rise, Knightsfield, Welwyn Garden City, AL8 7NX. Proceeds to Guide Dogs UK. Providing guide dogs to aid people with disabilities.
Unfortunately due to Covid-19 this has been moved to next year. Entertaining the Shoppers through out the day and being joined by our local Fire Service from Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service. 19th December 2020 10.30am-3pm, Howard Centre, Welwyn Garden City. Proceeds to The Fire Fighters Charity.
The choir social evening was held at the Red Lion Pub in Hatfield. A wonderful evening was had by all along with the fantastic food as we came together for a really enjoyable time.
Chris Roach from Herts Domestic Abuse Helpline joined with the choir to receive a cheque from our Christmas Concert.
A great amount raised for a local charity.
Members of Blue watch from Welwyn Garden City Fire Station met with the choir for a cheque presentation.
in December 2019 the choir sang all day in the Howard Centre of Welwyn Garden City where we raised:
A great amount four our local heroes.
Keeping the SFP choir family together
Despite the situation of not being able to come together and sing we have found new ways to keep the music going.
Singing For Pleasure was saddened with the news that Alain Scordel former musical director of our lovely friendship choir in France passed away.
Alain was the conductor of the French Choir Arabesque for over 40 years. Together with music and his lovely personality he touched so many peoples lives over the years.
Alain you and your family will be forever in our thoughts and prayers as will all our friends of the Arabesque Choir in France.
This November we remember Cliff Rogers co founder of Singing For Pleasure and president of the choir. All of us in the choir give thanks for the joy of music that he brought and we take this time to remember past choir members who will always be forever in our hearts and minds.