Monday, 22 October 2018

Men who like to sing wanted to boost choral society voices

HENLEY Choral Society has launched a campaign for 2014 to recruit more men.

New musical director Benjamin Goodson said: “The men in our tenor and bass sections do a magnificent job, but we need more.

“If you are a man who sang at school or college and wants to get back into singing, or has always wanted to sing and never found the right opportunity, then here is your chance.”

Choral society chairman Melissa Maple said: “We were so impressed when the mayor, Stefan Gawrysiak, led the carol singing at the Henley Christmas Festival — real men aren’t afraid to sing!”

Henley Choral Society consists of more than 100 non-auditioned singers and, as well as bringing high-quality concerts to the local community, aims to encourage the next generation of singers.

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