Sing a Song For Christmas

Want to get in the Christmas Spirit early this year?

The Red Rosettes Show chorus are hosting a FREE 4 week singing experience in November. All learning materials will be provided to learn a Christmas song in four part harmony. By the end you will be ready to perform the song with us at our Christmas Concert on the 3rd December.

A Lancashire Choir, The Red Rosettes are a competing A Cappela (unaccompanied) 4 part harmony, female voice choir. Finalists in the Lancashire Choir of the year competition 2022, placed 4th in the country in the last national Barbershop competition, we love to share the joy of singing in harmony.

It’s a great way to meet new people, learn or develop singing skills, lower blood pressure, release stress, increase lung capacity and support brain agility, and get into the Christmas Spirit. It’s a hobby you can do with your friends or family as long as they’re female. Oh and it’s quite a bit of fun too!

The free sessions will be held at the Red Rosettes Rehearsal Venue, 7.15pm – 10pm every Wednesday in November, Leyland Methodist Junior School, on Canberra Road, PR25 3ET. Our members come from across Lancashire, from as far as Morecambe and East Lancashire, our rehearsal venue is only a few minutes off the M6 so easy to get to.

No singing experience necessary, and no need to be able to read music, we learn with tracks so you just need to be able to sing what you can hear.

If you’d like to join us come along to the first session on the 2nd November, we’d love to meet you.

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Further information about the Red Rosettes Show Chorus.
We are a competing chorus, we enter competitions both locally and nationally as well as singing at community events, weddings and public bookings. We raise money for a local charity that is nominated each year at our AGM and have lots of fun in the process.

Traditionally known as barbershop, the style of singing is four part harmony. We sing a range of repertoire from more recent pieces like Kean’s “Somewhere Only We Know”, to well known classics like Dolly Parton’s 9-5 as well as more traditional barbershop arrangements.