WE MEET TO SING FOR THE SHEER JOY AND SOCIAL DELIGHT OF SINGING
EASTLEIGH AND WINCHESTER
AND THOSE WHO FEEL THEY WOULD LOVE TO SING
BUT ARE NOT SURE
COME AND DISCOVER THE JOY OF SINGING TOGETHER
DO YOU HAVE A HIGH VOICE, ARE YOU A SOPRANO?
IF SO, WINCHESTER HAS A FABULOUS SOPRANO SECTION
BUT WE NEED A FEW MORE SOPRANOS
EASTLEIGH AND WINCHESTER WELCOME ALL SINGERS
Come and sing with us
No need to read music
Just come and be amazed
We sing for the sheer joy of singing and are led by award winning choir leader,
Marie O’Brien BCA.
We are no longer a drop in choir.
If you want to come along for a free introductory session then just contact us.
EVERY FRIDAY AFTERNOON
Where: St Barnabas Church, Fromond Road, Weeke, Winchester
EVERY TUESDAY EVENING
Where: St Andrews Methodist Church, Blenheim Road, Eastleigh
SINGING TO HELP OTHERS AND TO INCREASE WELLBEING
We sing to uplift and heal and to help and support charities, worthy causes and our community. The Fusion Choir has raised in excess of £100,000 directly from our concerts over our glorious years of singing together.
‘I consider myself a voice, not a singer.
A voice is a sound, and singing is what you do with that sound.’
Brian Wilson (Beach Boys)
- Research shows that singing releases high level of beneficial chemicals that are medicine to body and mind.
- ‘Music is so powerful it needs to be used for some kind of redeeming work – to lift people’s spirits, lift their souls.’ Bobby McFerrin.
- ‘I don’t sing because I’m happy. I’m happy because I sing.’ William James, philosopher and psychologist.
There are health and social benefits to singing in a choir.