Looking for a new venture to let out your creative flair? Passionate about singing but don’t know where to start?
The internationally recognized Huddersfield Choral Society embarks on a new adventure this year, creating a new fun and vibrant choir named ‘HCS voices’.
Founded in 1863, The Huddersfield Choral Society is recognized as one of Britain’s leading choirs. After several successes of appearing in the UK Albums Chart, the choir continues to reach large audiences singing a variety of classical hymns.
With a singing membership of over 150 individuals, it’s clear to see how this well-established society continues to excel.
HCS Voices is a new sub-branch from the main choir.
Abi Kitching, Chloral Director of HCS voices, said “We are primarily hoping that we will be able to reach out to a younger audience, who may initially be apprehensive about joining.
Here at HCS Voices, we want to allow people to be able to sing for pleasure, without feeling pressured to be able to read music. It’s all personal preference.”
She continues to add, “Whether you’ve sung in a choir before or not, come along and find out if it’s for you.”
HCS voices meet up weekly at St Paul’s Hall at the University of Huddersfield. Sessions are currently being held on a Wednesday evening from 7 pm – 9 pm.
Sessions are priced at £5 per week and are payable at the term start. The next session is Wednesday 15th January 2020.
For more information please visit https://www.huddersfieldchoral.com/hcs-voices/.