Welcome to Lytham Community Choir
Lytham Community Choir is a fun and enthusiastic choir, meeting on average 35 weeks a year.
The choir brings various people of all ages and backgrounds together to have a really fun time whilst learning
new songs and developing a deeper understanding of music. Welcome to Lytham Community Choir.
All rehearsals last 2 hours, starting with various warm up exercises.
More Facts About Lytham Community Choir
• Formed in 2012
• A large choir with over 250 members
• Sung on the main stage at Lytham Festival alongside Alfie Boe,
Accompanied The Britain’s Got Talent Finalist Jonathan Antoine as part of his UK tour.
• Appeared on a Prime Time National Lottery advert, Regularly sing at carious venues in and around
Lytham and The Fylde Coast, Including Lytham Hall & Lowther Pavilion.
From Vision to Vocals
The Lytham Community has been developed by Cath Powell. Cath says “After watching the choir on the TV with Gareth Malone, I thought I wonder if anyone in Lytham would be interested?” After a post on facebook and an article in the local press 300 arrived at the first rehearsal and the Lytham Community Choir was born. The choir has enhanced and benefited the lives of many of it’s members.
‘Sounded truly stunning – dynamics, balance of male/female voices, expression etc, truly professional sound. Well done all!’
‘Just had a the most fantastic evening at Lowther Pavilion watching Jonathan Antoine and the Lytham Community Choir! A highlight of the year!’
‘Joined your wonderful choir last Thursday which got me buzzing, workshop on Saturday fantastic – still buzzing. Thank you to everyone for your warm welcome and what an amazing group of people you are with such talent and happiness running through your veins. Here’s to next week’.
‘A great rehearsal, totally invigorating! Lots of new people too, who were plunged into the deep end 🙂 keep with it!! . Looking forward to the workshop tomorrow’.
‘I have not been in the choir very long, but I find the experience really comforting, friendly, and a great new way of socialising’.