‘SKIPTON ROCKS ON!’

The Skipton Choir has released 'When You Believe' from the 1998 film 'The Prince of Egypt ' to help raise vital funds for the emergency Manorlands Appeal. All donations will be greatfully received.

You can donate to the emergency Manorlands Appeal via JustGiving here.

The Skipton Choir is a new choir in name only. In fact it has been running for 10 years as part of the ‘Rock Up and Sing’ family of choirs originally conceived by Rhiannon Gayle, which has now been disbanded.

Continuing in much the same vein with their current Musical Director, David Weale, The Skipton Choir seeks to provide a fun, enthusiastic environment in which anyone can come and learn to sing, regardless of experience or ability. No auditions required, just a passion for singing and a desire to learn, as with us you will learn to improve your technique and develop as part of the choir. Our rehearsals are energetic and fun, with the joy of singing at their core, and there is plenty of opportunity to perform at events in and around Skipton.

 

Our repertoire includes a wide range of contemporary music, including popular songs, and music from films and theatre, all of which we sing in 4-part harmony. With us, you'll find not only your voice, but long-lasting friends.

Recent News

The Skipton Choir Needs You!

Deadline for sign-ups is: 30/06/20

Last submissions: 14/07/20
 

Join us in our next project to create a virtual community choir for Skipton and the surrounding area, in support of the amazing work that local charity Dementia Forward does for people with Alzheimer's Disease.

Sign up to the virtual choir by emailing:

skiptonvirtualchoir@gmail.com

Making Music reports on The Skipton Choir's Fundraising Efforts

The article from Making Music can be viewed here.

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