London Vauxhall Tuneless Choir
Following government advice to avoid unnecessary social contact, we will not be meeting in person for the foreseeable future. Please sign up for our emails in order to find out when we start up again, and any opportunities for online singing.
Tuneless Choir London Vauxhall launched into song in January 2018 at the beautiful Tea House Theatre. Since May last year we have continued to fly the Tuneless flag online and will continue to do so until we can meet again in person. We Tunelessly sing a range of well-known songs from Doris Day, Oasis and Adele to Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong and Amy Winehouse. We sometimes have themes such as: The Sound of the 80’s, Musicals, The Beatles Songbook and Vintage Jazz night and more. There are no parts to learn, judgement and no pressure at all. If you have difficulty holding a tune but you want to raise your energy by having a thoroughly good sing, join us and: ‘Sing like no one is listening’ every other Wednesday online via Zoom:
- March 10th and 24th
- April 7th and 21st
- May 5th and 19th
The Choir is led by Talibah Rivers, herself an accomplished vocalist with a passion for Jazz. She has a strong belief that singing should be for everyone and loves helping people find their Tuneless wings and become confident singing whether they are in tune or not. Join in wholeheartedly and your endorphins will start flowing. These are the brain’s feel-good chemicals, one of the many reasons why singing with others has been shown to increase life satisfaction.
An online session is £5, and this covers a whole household so gather round and join in the fun. Other options to suit every Covid budget and further details of all sessions can be seen and booked via our website at: https://www.tunelesschoir.com/tuneless-online/
Contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling Talibah on 07752 522 636.
Since starting the choir, we have sung Tunelessly at The Lambeth Country Show and St Thomas’ hospital presenting interactive workshops encouraging the audience to join in and we have featured in publications including the Saturday Times Review and The South West Londoner Journal. For more information on singing Tunelessly, please see the link to the The South West Londoner interview below.
You’re welcome to join us anytime – it doesn’t have to be at the start of a term. It’s a good idea to sign up to our mailing list below, so you’re kept up to date with what’s happening.
80’s Night at The Tea House.