Come and Sing with us on Sunday, 24 March

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Come and sing – and have fun – alongside the very friendly members of Belsize Community Choir and the Michael Singers (a student choir at University College London).

Earth Songs is our theme this spring and we’ll teach you three wonderful songs inspired by the Brazilian rainforest (Tres Cantos Nativos by Brazilian composer Marcos Leite), a traditional Japanese spring song (which we’ll explore with bells), and a rousing new ballad about Planet Earth (based on the tune House of the Rising Sun) arranged for choir and band. We hope you’ll join us in performing these songs in a concert at 5 pm.

Open to all, whatever your musical experience. Under-18s welcome if accompanied by adults.

From 1:30pm  Pick up music and meet the choir
2pm – 4:30pm Rehearsal with tea break.
5pm – 6pm    Concert
Singers and audience are all warmly invited to stay for wine and refreshments afterwards.

Our energetic and welcoming director Sheena Phillips specialises in working with amateur singers and will get you in touch with the joy of singing – and making rainforest animal noises!

Tickets:  £10 waged, £5 unwaged, under-10s free at

About Belsize Community Choir

Interested in singing? Passionate about choral music performed well? Want to make some new friends in the community? We are an inclusive, fun, engaging community that values the playful and relaxed pursuit of choral excellence. We rehearse for about an hour, stop for a glass of wine (or two) and then rehearse for another 45 minutes or so. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings 7-9pm at St. Peter's Church, Belsize Square NW3 4HJ

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