The Musicality Singers have come a long way since our formation in 2011.
Our name has changed, our membership has grown, our capability has grown, and more importantly, our following has grown.
We’ve performed for a variety of charities and community events. And we’ve collaborated with other musicians: brass bands, percussionists, recorder players and other choirs. We’ve featured drums and guitar on a couple of occasions. We’ve performed in music venues, pubs, community halls and in the open air. We’ve performed in a number of churches at funerals, weddings, carol concerts and light a candle services.
Starting up again after the pandemic was wonderful. It was a challenge. But we’ve got there. There was certainly some laughter along the way.
After all, we have a reputation to live up to. We have, once again, to become ‘like a proper choir but more fun’. And that’s quite a tall order.
The Musicality Singers
We are a community choir based in Worksop, Nottinghamshire.
We have a wide ranging repertoire; we do not audition, we enjoy singing and our audience enjoys our singing too!
Have a listen to us singing "live and unmixed".
Rehearsals take place on a Thursday morning at
The Poplar's Church in Worksop.
To find out more about us please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Musicality Singers has a pretty extensive repertoire.
That said, we don’t cover classical choir pieces, nor have we tried rap. There is a core of pop and rock music from the 1960s, 70s and 80s, including: Abba, Beatles, Bowie, Cohen, ELO, Billy Joel, Janis Joplin, Ben E King, Queen and others. We also offer selections from a range of 20th century musicals, including 42nd Street, West Side Story, Phantom and Les Misérables.
Alongside that, we also cover pieces from the folk tradition, spirituals and hymns.
As our Christmas concert has grown in popularity, so has the range of Christmas music we offer, from Christmas hymns and carols to Christmas pop songs (though we try not to cover the ones relentlessly in shops at Christmas).
For more information about what we sing please visit our REPERTOIRE page.