Singing for Solihull
We would love some new singers to come and join us and share our enjoyment!
On 7th September 2021 at 7.45pm, we re-start proper rehearsals!
We have been holding regular Zoom rehearsals and have just enjoyed a wonderful singing garden party. And we are now more than happy to welcome new singers. Come and try us out for a few rehearsals to see how you get on.
Some previous experience of choral singing is helpful, but not essential, and it helps if you can read music at a basic level. There is no audition, and we are usually able to lend you the music.
If you are interested in joining this lively and friendly group of singers, Contact Us.
We hope to see you soon!
Leon graduated from the Conservatoire and has always combined his singing engagements with his teaching career. Having performed professionally and been Head of Music in a number of schools, Leon is now in his element as choral director of the Solihull Chandos Choir and other choirs in the region.
Darren has been organist at various Birmingham churches, including St Augustine’s, Edgbaston and St Alban’s Church. He is one of two Organists at Lodge Hill Crematorium, and deputises at Birmingham Cathedral. Darren is Accompanist / Assistant Director of Music for Birmingham Choral Union
After training at the Royal Academy of Music, Gaynor has performed many operatic roles for companies such as Welsh National Opera, English Touring Opera and the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. In the concert hall, she has worked with orchestras like the CBSO, the Philharmonia and Royal Philharmonic. She is also well-known as an adjudicator for many music festivals.
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Young Singers' Scholarship
The Solihull Chandos Choir has always been keen to encourage young people to get involved with choral singing. We set up a Young Singers' Scholarship in 1997 which has since helped many young people to develop their singing.
The scholarship consists of:
A bursary of £100 towards the cost of singing lessons with an approved teacher
Free membership of the Choir for the Season, including loan of the music and uniform
You will need the support of your music teacher and also a parent / guardian. If you wish to be considered, we ask that you attend a few rehearsals.
For more information, please email the Scholarship Secretary.