A new choir is coming together to prepare to serenade Scott’s Selkirk festival-goers in December.
The organiser, music teacher Amy Ward, said: “People think they can’t sing because they don’t sing like Pavarotti but very few people can’t sing.
“It would be great if people came along, especially if you’re a man. ”
The music will be the kind of “popular music people sing into hairbrushes”, said Amy. The Rhythm of Life from Sweet Charity, Can You Feel The Love Tonight, from The Lion King, Cabaret from Cabaret, and Speed Bonny Boat have been chosen for the repertoire.
The choir, which will include members of the Dry Rot Singers and the Singing Through Summer crooners, will rehearse on Monday evening, next week till November 28, 7:00-9pm in Selkirk Parish Church Hall, cost, £4.00, and on Wednesdays till November 30, 2:00-3pm, in the church hall, cost £2.00.
For more information contact Amy Ward on 01750 20794 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.