Like to sing but don’t know where?

Continuing a long tradition in Brighton, Music for Life in association with Bar Broadway host weekly piano bars every Tuesday from 9-11pm.

Each week, performers sing a mix of songs from the American songbook, songs from the shows, novelty songs or whatever else they choose.

Take along sheet music, but if you don’t have any the pianist or one of the regulars will usually find you something to sing.

Singing offers many health benefits, so Music for Life firmly believe that music is for life! They are always looking for new singers so go along and join the fun any Tuesday at Bar Broadway.

Music for Life also run a small chorus called The Regency Singers. Formed in 2012 from singers attending the weekly piano bar, they are a small but enthusiastic group of mostly mature people who love to sing.

Whilst some have a background in music others have started from scratch and gone on to become regular singers.

The Regency Singers have performed at three AIDS memorial concerts, two pensioners Christmas lunches, the Mayor of Brighton’s Charity Show, Rottingdean Fete and the Saltdean Gala. They tend to keep their repertoire fairly short and light and hold rehearsals before performances.

For further information you can email them at: musicforlifeinbrighton@gmail.com

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