is a learning-disability-friendly choir singing all types of music. There are no auditions and we welcome everyone. Just bring yourself and a desire to get involved.
People can contribute in lots of ways other than singing – by signing, dancing or playing percussion.
Our choir is independent, run by and for disabled people. We believe that everyone has the ability to create music and express themselves. We like to go out and share our music with other people, showing the local community what people with a disability can do.
We perform at all sorts of venues and events. In 2018 we sang a song from every decade from 1918-2018 in Queen’s Park, at the Memories and Miles event run by our friends at the MacIntyre charity. At the end of 2019 we sang carols and Christmas songs in the Vicar Lane shopping area and then in Chesterfield’s historic Market Hall. We also sang at the Ragged School with our friends at Our Vision Our Future.
You are welcome to come along and see what you think. Our rehearsals are a great opportunity for fun, friendship and a chance to perform.
We rehearse twice a month on Tuesday evenings at the Saints Parish Centre, just next door to the church with the crooked spire in central Chesterfield. There is a lift and an accessible toilet.
For more information contact me, Musical Director Liz Nicholas, or Tom Whittaker, Membership Secretary, on 01246 599999 / 07736 822305 or email [email protected]