Sing your way into 2013

Besi Besemar December 9, 2012

Rainbow Chorus

The Rainbow Chorus, the South’s only Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) choir, is looking for new members to continue to develop their exciting and vibrant sound. This diverse choir sings a range of music from contemporary melodies to choral classics. No matter what your vocal range, there is a place for you within their four sections from soprano to bass.

The choir is an active performing choir and undertakes two annual shows as well as participating in a number of community events, such as recent Trans Memorial Day (November 25), World Aids Day (December 1) and their successful Christmas show ‘Beaux and Belles’.

The Rainbow Chorus is a non auditioning choir, they only ask that their LGBT members are passionate about singing and enjoy having a go!

For your chance to find out about whether the choir is the place for you, go and experience the new members night on January 14, 2013, a relaxed and informal evening where you can meet choir members, have a go and join in with the music.

The choir meets every Monday night at St George’s Church, Kemp Town, Brighton.

New member Nick says:

“I joined the choir just in time to prepare for the Christmas show, I’ve never done anything quite like this before and I’m really looking forward to the thrill of performing live with accompanying musicians. I never saw myself as a singer, and have always wanted to try, the Rainbow Chorus has let me explore my voice in a safe and fun weekly group. It’s also been a great chance to make new friends through the choir’s social activities”.

For more information or to arrange to go along on January 14,  contact David or Duncan at the membership team.


Event:                 Rainbow Chorus’ new members night.
Date:                   7.15 pm 14 January 2013.
Venue:               St George’s Church, St Georges Road, Kemp Town, Brighton, BN2 1ED.
Membership: An income variable monthly membership fee applies.

For more information about the Rainbow Chorus, view: