No matter how good a first week can go, you can’t help but think “will they return?”.
Thankfully, we were delighted that at the second week of the Social services choir, we had full attendance again, and nearly forty people’s voices were filling up the beautiful space harmoniously at the Wellington Church.
The first week was full of impressive but easy to sing folk songs from Africa, and as fun as they were, the group were happy to have more familiar songs to tackle. On week one, we’d asked the group the types of songs that they liked to sing and the responses could only be described as varied and diverse! So, true to form, week two saw Gregg Muir (of Theatre Nemo) lead a harmony laden arrangement of ‘Hounds of Love’ by Kate Bush and his colleague Matt Regan led on ‘You Make My Dreams Come True’ by Hall and Oates.
There were lots of smiles and laughs throughout the night – with people talking about how much fun they’d had. There are still plenty of weeks to tackle more songs, if there’s a song you’ve always wanted to sing with a choir, come on down and let us know (or, better yet, let us know in advance by commenting on the blog below).
The choir will meet again on Monday, 21 October. It’s not too late to join; we have a firm emphasis on creating a welcoming and fun environment. All you need to do is bring your voice! Register at: http://tradeschool.coop/Glasgow/class
All comments and thoughts welcome.