Learn To Sing with Slough Philharmonic Chorus!

Choral singing has never been so popular and there are many good reasons!  It's fun, it's rewarding and much has been written about the health benefits of singing.  

Slough Philharmonic Chorus includes musical training and singing coaching in our rehearsals.  We offer classes at foundation, intermediate 1, intermediate 2 and advanced levels and can accommodate all singers from the absolute beginner to more experienced singers. We welcome everyone and we do not audition.  We are committed to training and nurturing our singers to be the best that they can.

Musicianship for Singers trains adult amateur singers to read music and to sight sing. It gives singers the skills to practise their own part with increasing confidence and fluency. We learn to read and sing notes in the treble and bass clef, key signatures, rhythm notation, the harmonic structure of the music and navigating choral scores.  

The classes are included in our choir annual membership fee.  The first session is free for new members.

For further information email us at chorus@sloughphil.org.

 

 

Dr Rebecca Berkley, Chorus Director

Dr Rebecca Berkley, Chorus Director

About Us

Teamwork with the orchestra enables us to tackle major choral works – an unaffordable venture for most  stand-alone choirs.  The chorus prides itself on being open to all keen singers without audition. People new to singing, or a little rusty are invited to fun Come and Sing sessions and informal weekly tuition. The chorus has also branched out with light-hearted café-style performances of musicals and opera. In May 2015 there will be a concert tour abroad to France.

We are non-auditioning, perform two choral concerts with the orchestra per season and are developing the opportunities for other performances that can include secular and close harmony styles of music.

We meet on Monday evenings at 7:30pm at Burnham Grammar School, Burnham,SL1 7HG.

If you are interested in joining us, email chorus@sloughphil.org

 

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