Breath of Fresh Air for South Oxhey Choir

There’s a nice article about us in today’s Watford Observer.

Here’s a snippet:

Four years on from when the TV cameras first assembled for Gareth Malone’s The Choir: Unsung Town , the South Oxhey Choir is still drawing a crowd and the group has big plans as it returns to the Watford Palace Theatre with its Summer Concert, following on from the success of last year’s performance.

New chairman Steve Pickering says the committee was practically working full time to keep the choir running.

“We’ve been working really hard to encourage new members and widen our repertoire,“ he says. “Our director Simon Wookey has been bringing in some more challenging sacred songs and these went down very well at our concert at St Martins-in-the-Fields in April where we had a real mix of tourists and classical music fans. The sound in the church was just fantastic.“

You can read the rest of the article on the Watford Observer website.


About SOChoirs

We are the South Oxhey Community Choir. Our aim is very simple, we are a fully inclusive choir that welcomes anyone of any age that has a connection to the community of South Oxhey. We sing a wide variety of music from popular classics to classical pop.

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