Tuneless Choir for folks in Doncaster who can’t sing to host an open house party
Tuneless Choir Doncaster will open its doors free to the public for one night only when curious bad singers can see what it’s like to join other deaf music enthusiasts.
The evening will include an introduction to fun choir warm-ups and a playlist of Tuneless Classics including Rocking All Over The World, Amarillo, Sweet Caroline and Shotgun.
The night is completely free for all and refreshments will be included.
The choir started in 2019 and has over 150 members who have joined to sing as if no one is listening.
Members sing well-known songs from across the decades and also have themed costume sessions.
Group singing is proven to be good for your health and releases endorphins, the “happiness hormone”.
Choir director Becky Power said: “I get so many inquiries from people who are curious about the choir but don’t know if it’s for them. It’s a perfect opportunity to come and see without any pressure to participate.
“I will also be showing our fun warm-ups and answering any questions anyone may have about membership. The choir is so friendly and welcoming and I want to show that anyone can sing in our choir no matter what. no he is a bad singer.”
Over the past few years, Tuneless Choirs have sprung up across the country, with singers of all ages and abilities testing their vocal cords with a selection of pop hits in a fun, friendly environment.
The open house evening is Wednesday August 17 and doors open at 7:15 p.m. with a break at 8:15 p.m. and finish at 9 p.m.
The event will take place at St Peter’s Church Hall, Warmsworth Road, Doncaster, known locally as The White Church.