CÓRus – teaching ordinary people to make an extraordinary sound

By Anne Sexton - Last update

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Uplifting, therapeutic and fun!

CÓRus is a new type of choir open to everyone who loves to sing. No auditions, no need to read music. In CÓRus choirs, ordinary people with ordinary voices make extraordinary sounds.

Singing has proven emotional and physical benefits. CÓRus believes that everyone has a natural voice, but not all of us have been taught the correct way to find and improve that voice.

Humans have always sung. Singing connects us at a physiological level and it also strengthens bonds. However, we sometimes believe that only the best singers should sing. Some of us have been told ‘we can’t sing’. As a result, we believe our voices aren’t ‘good enough’ so we have simply stopped singing. Furthermore, many of the opportunities that traditionally brought people together to sing are disappearing.

Learn to use your natural voice

CÓRus restores people’s confidence that it is their birthright to sing. They offer everyone the opportunity to learn to sing. There are no soloists in CÓRus – just a chorus of people, using their natural voices to learn to sing in perfect harmony.

At the end of term, class members are invited to join their choirs for a combined end of year concert. They may also be invited to perform occasional concerts for local and charitable events to showcase their newly acquired singing skills.

Become a member of CÓRus and learn to sing in harmony to the music that’s been the soundtrack of our lives: Pop, Rock, Country, Irish and Gospel.


Anne Sexton

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