Pelsall choir will sing2gether online instead

By Jordan Reynolds | Pelsall | Music | Published: | Last Updated:

A community choir will be posting videos online weekly.

sing2gether pictured in 2016

Pelsall-based sing2gether has heeded the latest Government advice to avoid all non-essential contact with people and has taken the decision to cancel their usual weekly sessions at Pelsall Community Centre until further notice.

But the choir will post online weekly videos on YouTube to continue interacting.

Co-founder and vocal coach Mike Brereton said: “We know how much our choir means to our members, and how much enjoyment and benefits they get from singing in a fun and friendly group environment.

“We have decided to publish free weekly online YouTube videos in an effort to maintain some level of social contact and interaction with our members during what will be a difficult time for all of us. We hope to get back to our usual weekly sessions soon and will follow the latest Government advice on this.”

The online videos will be published every Tuesday at 7pm on the choir’s YouTube page, titled ‘sing2gether’, and will be available for everyone to view and join in for free, regardless of whether you are an existing choir member or not.

Choir musician and co-founder Stuart Crossen added: “We feel it is important to open these online choir sessions up to everyone in the community during this difficult time, and hope that in some small way this helps to maintain general wellbeing to anyone facing long periods of isolation through interaction with a rewarding and fun activity.”

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Jordan Reynolds

By Jordan Reynolds
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Senior reporter at the Express & Star.

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