Maidenhead Tuneless Choir
Maidenhead Tuneless Choir launched in June 2016 and since the end of March 2020 we have been singing together online via the medium of zoom.
We are taking a bit of a break in August to prepare to be back with a bang in September – although we are still working through what that might look like with regards to format due to corona best practices. We are hoping to be back indoors at the United Reformed Church in Maidenhead.
The September dates we are aiming for are:
- 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th September – sessions run from 8pm – 9.15pm
There’s a chance we may throw in a ‘pub garden’ session on Wednesday 1st September. To receive the most up to date information on our upcoming sessions, please join our mailing list below or follow us on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/tunelesschoirmaidenhead.
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If you are already a member of Tuneless Choir Maidenhead, you can also request to join our Community Facebook group.
We look forward to having a ‘wail’ of a time with you soon,
Tuneless Tabitha x
“Tuneless has made me realise that it’s fine to do something just because. We don’t have to strive to be the best or practice until all joy has been taken away. Doing something just for the enjoyment it brings is sufficient reason to go for it. If others find it inappropriate, offensive or choose to laugh at me, that’s their problem not mine! Although laughing with me is fine!”
“It’s a bit of the week I always look forward to, and it has certainly helped in recent ‘tricky’ times. Here’s to many more happy hours warbling with TLC.”
“Come – sing your heart out and leave with aching cheeks from laughing and smiling sooooooo very much!”
“I love my Wednesday evenings. To come together and belt out a few songs (old and new) and have a giggle with a great bunch of people is what keep me returning. Tabitha is so warm and welcoming, you can’t fail but to enjoy yourself and leave with a smile on your face!”
“I have made good friends and had the best of times, i never thought I would ever have the confidence to stand in the high street singing and loving it.”