MUSIC IN THE CHURCH
Sing Joyfully! vocal ensemble is in its fourth year and is always welcoming new members.
This year our repertoire is themed around Gospel music and covers the journey of music from Africa to America, including African folk song, Spirituals, Civil Right Movement songs, Gospel and Jazz.
Following the well-received Christmas 2019 concerts of music written by living British composers, Christmas 2020 repertoire will include music of living American composers.
Come and join us – all singers are welcome, regardless of experience or ability. We use music, lyrics and also sing by ear. If you can’t read musical score, don’t worry! These are fun sessions for people who want to enjoy group singing and learn to improve their technique. Our repertoire is vast and we aim to please! Singing in a group is a great social opportunity, so come and make new friends!
Tuesdays at 7:30pm in Holy Trinity (Casterton Parish Church)
More information from Anastasia by emailing: email@example.com or telephone 07952 601568
If Tuesdays don’t suit your week and you would like to join a vocal group, Kirkby Lonsdale Singers are welcoming new members and meet every Thursday at 7:30pm in the Recital Room at QES. A friendly bunch, who often combine concerts with Sing Joyfully, this former Choral Society is now a thriving Chamber Choir whose members enjoy learning a range of music, with pieces often tailored to the ensemble.
The Sing Joyfully! vocal ensemble is a friendly choir, designed for people who just love to sing! We welcome new members throughout the year and rehearse every Tuesday in Holy Trinity Church, Casterton. You don't need to read music and we welcome everyone! To find out more, telephone Anastasia on 07952 601568 or email
This term we are enjoying a range of African and American music, as we follow the musical journey from folk song to spirituals, gospel music and jazz.
Come and hear us in our Spring concert and join us as we journey through time and across continents.
Sing Joyfully! vocal ensemble will perform music from African folk to Spirituals and Gospel.
More information can be found here