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TUESDAY SINGERS

Rehearsals every Tuesday at 10.00am at St Marks Crescent Methodist Church, Allenby Rd, Maidenhead SL6 5BH


            

Have you ever sung in a choir? Is it something you have considered but never got round to doing anything about it?  
Surveys now show that over 2 million  people sing regularly in over 40,000 choirs in the UK. Why not join them?

  Singing in a choir is something incredibly intimate, a sound that begins inside you,  then sharing with a roomful of people it develops into  something even more  exhilarating as a harmony.  

Tuesday Singers repertoire of music is varied and covers most tastes as you can see from the previous concert programmes listed  below. .

Joining Tuesday Singers is great way to learn a wide range of music under the expert guidance  of musical professionals with a wide range of experience, as you can read here.

New members do not have to read music, although it does help, you only need to love singing and having some fun.
You are welcome to join us for a few weeks while you decide if you enjoy our repertoire.   

As a light relief,  a variety of social events are organised during the year including coffee mornings and the occasional lunch get together meeting at either a member's house or a local hostelry.


JOIN US
Singing in a choir has been shown to have many mental, social and physical benefits.  It is fun activity with like-minded people that is a great stress-revealer leaving you uplifted and stimulated while working together to create an amazing sound.

T
he benefits of singing with others are well researched and documented and include:

NEW FRIENDSHIPS - an opportunity to make new friends with people who share an interest.
REDUCE STRESS - when you sing your body produces feel-good hormones reducing stress and leaving you uplifted and energised.
IMPROVE ENERGY LEVELS - Singing gives gives both your heart and lungs a workout and increases the amount of oxygen in the blood.
LOOK GOOD - singing improves posture, tones your tummy and exercises facial muscles.
CONFIDENCE - joining a choir is a fantastic way to learn new skills, improve self-esteem, build confidence and improve mental alertness, concentration and memory.
WHY TUESDAY SINGERS? 
WHY WE SING
Tuesday Singers meet throughout the year with short breaks of two weeks in the Summer and at Christmas.  The annual membership fee is £200 per year payable in quarterly installments of £50, just slightly more than £4 per session.   This is used to fund the various costs including use of the hall for rehearsals, the conductor and accompanist and the provision of sheet music.

The members buy a uniform blouse that is worn for performances with either smart black trousers or a long black skirt.  Skirts are available for hire for a one-off charge.

Tuesday Singers do not receive any grants or funding from any source other than from the fee charged for performances and membership fees.  The various social events are funded by members' contribution.  The accounts of the choir are independently audited and can be viewed if requested.

The members elect a small committee each year to look after the administration of the choir. The current committee members are:-

Margaret English - Chairman & Bookings
Janet Martin - Secretary
Deborah Silver - Treasurer
Mollie Dunning - Librarian
Pat Crowle - Assistant conductor
Judith Inman
Maggie Fletcher
You can contact the committee through our contact page.

WHAT DOES IT COST?
Our music is varied and covers all tastes, these links show the repertoire of  previous concerts

Saturday 8th November 2017 - In Aid of Sequela Foundation - Golden Harmonies
Saturday 22nd April 2017 - In Aid of ‘Sequela Foundation' - Fifty Golden Years
Sunday 6th November 2016 - In Aid of ‘Spica Warrior’ - Hip-Hip-Hooray
Saturday 16th April 2016 - In Aid of ‘Thames Valley Adventure Playground’ - Swings & Roundabouts
Saturday 28th November 2015 - In Aid of ‘Rivertime Boat Trust’ - Float a Boat
Saturday 18th April 2015 - In Aid of ‘Rosie's Rainbow Fund’ - Leading Ladies
Saturday 29th November 2014 - In Aid of Macular Society - Rise Up Singing
Sunday 27th April 2014 - In Aid of ‘Maidenhead Post Natal Self Help Group’ - Summer is a Coming
Saturday 30th November 2013 -  In Aid of Autoimmune Alopecia Research UK - Christmas is Coming
Sunday 21st April 2013  - In Aid of ‘Family Friends’ - Singing with Style

Sunday 29th April 2012 - In Aid of SSAFA

WHAT WE SING
After the concert, presentation of the cheque to Anke from Sequela Foundation 
In full voice at rehearsal
Warm up at rehearsal
It's not all singing - Coffee morning at a member's house
WHERE WE SING
Tuesday Singers