If you belt out big show tunes and Glee numbers in the privacy of your bathroom, the Rainbow Chorus want to hear from you.
THE CHORUS is growing in numbers and critical acclaim. Recent performances at Trans Memorial Day and World AIDS Day were both praised and enjoyed by live audiences who are eagerly awaiting their Blame it on the Baubles winter concert this Saturday, December 13 at St Georges Church, Kemptown and 7.30pm.
All members are amateur singers, professionally led by their vivacious Musical Director, Aneesa Chaudhary and virtuoso pianist, Mojca Monte.
Basses and baritones are especially welcome to go along and feel the warmth of the Rainbow Chorus, but other voices are welcome also.
Event: Rainbow Chorus New Member Night: A chance to experience a typical rehearsal evening with the chorus and find out if you would like to join. No auditions necessary.
Where: St George’s Church, St Georges Road, Kemp Town, Brighton, BN2 1ED.
When: Monday, January 12
Time: 7.15pm (Doors open at 7.00)
Tickets: This evening is free to new joiners. A monthly membership fee applies if you choose to join the chorus.
The Rainbow Chorus is the only Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) choir on the Southcoast. Based in Brighton and Hove, the choir aims to provide an enjoyable and supportive environment for LGBT members to sing together, making new friends, developing their community spirit, individual talents and confidence. Through performance, the Rainbow Chorus also raises the profile of the LGBT community in Brighton & Hove as well as providing top quality entertainment.
Musical director: Aneesa Chaudhry.
Accompanist: Mojca Monte.
For more information about the Rainbow Chorus, click here:
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