GLOW! Brighton’s Community Choir for LGBT+ people and their allies sing songs from around the world, all taught by ear!
THEIR new term starts on Saturday, February 16, 2019 – all voices are welcome to attend.
Unique amongst the many choirs in Brighton, GLOW Choir is a Natural Voice choir for LGBT+ people and allies to unite in song. All voices are welcome, without exception! There is no ‘identity policing’ at GLOW, no discrimination is tolerated and the atmosphere is one of respect, relaxation, learning and fun.
The needs of disabled choir members are catered for and people of all levels of musical experience and ability are welcome to join in.
GLOW choir sing a wide range of songs in many moods and genres from across the globe, all taught by ear.
Once a term GLOW choir has a sharing/concert, and at least 50% of the profits from this are donated to their chosen charities.
Whilst many participants enjoy performing at the End of Term Sharing, there is no obligation to perform if you just want to go along and enjoy the sessions.
Choir leader Hannah-Rose Tristram has been leading choirs, teaching singing for over a decade, and has travelled the world in pursuit of great music for a cappella voices.
At their latest end of term sharing event, GLOW choir raised £100 for LGBTQ+ mental health charity, MindOut.
Event: GLOW choir rehearsals
When: Saturday afternoons weekly from February 16 – 22, end of term sharing June 22
Where: c, 64 Old Shoreham Road, BN1 5DD.
Price: Drop in: £10 Full Price, £9 Standard, £7 Concession. Up front term pay = 3 sessions free.
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