SINGERS are being sought by two choirs based at the Holy Trinity in Malvern, writes Eloise Hodges.
The groups meet at the Link Top church on Friday evenings and are open to anybody who lives in Malvern. There are no auditions – all that is needed is a ‘willing voice’.
The Young Chorale is a new choir for children aged between seven and 12 and meets on Fridays during term-time, from 6pm to 6.45pm.
The choir, which is looking for more singers to meet, practice and enjoy learning songs, meets at the church and performs in the community.
It has had one public performance so far with three more planned for this year.
The Holy Trinity Adult Choir – for those aged 16 to 60 and above – meets at 7.30pm every Friday for most of the year.
The mixed four-part choir combines experienced singers and novices.
They perform an eclectic mix of songs, reflecting the variety found at Holy Trinity. Alongside rehearsing on Fridays, the choir is also looking for singers who are available to perform on Sundays.
Charles Pavey, who leads the music at Holy Trinity, said: “This is a golden opportunity to be part of the vibrant music making that goes on at Holy Trinity.
“Both the choirs are supported by the church so there is no cost to anyone who is interested.
“Experienced singers will already know the joy of singing and they are invited to share their passion for singing and love of music.
“But equally those who have not sung before (or not for a long time) are encouraged to come and have a go and be part of a living tradition that continues to evolve.”