Go along and sing your heart out in choir

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - ONSHOW -

MEN! Are you keen to sing but afraid to try? Here’s your chance to try it out – with­out any em­bar­rass­ment.

Wy­combe Or­pheus Male Voice Choir is look­ing for singers – tenors (high voices) and basses (lower voices) – and has in­vited men to at­tend its open evening on Wed­nes­day, Jan­uary 14 at Wes­ley Methodist Church at 7.30pm.

The event is a chance to find out more about your voice and de­cide if you would like to have a go at singing with the choir.

There is no au­di­tion on the evening, just come and sing.

Each per­son will be men­tored by a mem­ber of the choir, and you don’t have to be able to read mu­sic.

The choir is open to any­one aged 19 to 90.

The Or­pheus is one of the most re­spected am­a­teur male voice choirs in the South of Eng­land.

In the past it has per­formed all over the coun­try and in­ter­na­tion­ally.

It has ap­peared at the Royal Al­bert Hall, The London Guild­hall, Peter­bor­ough Cathe­dral, the London Man­sion House – and even at the Miss World Gala Din­ner.

Call chair­man Vic Baker on 01844 690264.

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