What brings this happy group of women out every Sunday evening whatever the weather? Singing, of course. These are all members of the Mornington Peninsula Welsh Ladies Choir, which formed in May 2018 and is busy developing a repertoire for women’s voices.
So what makes a ‘Welsh’ choir? It isn’t about having Welsh ancestry, or just singing in that language. It describes a style of singing in four-part harmony, with a very strong connection to community. Welsh choirs are filled with enthusiastic amateurs who simply love to sing.
Come along to a rehearsal at the Uniting Church in High St, Frankston, from 7pm on any Sunday and get a ‘feel’ for the choir. You’ll be made very welcome. For more information, email email@example.com or phone President Trudi Mackenzie on 0406 678 261.