Why not come along to our next concert ! Bring a friend. The excitement and energy of a concert is intoxicating, and you'll be left craving more! It seems that some people today surprisingly enjoy listening to music, but have never attended a live performance, live show, or concert. Why aren’t more people motivated to be a part of this concertgoer culture? Are you not aware of its perks?
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For many of us, singing in a group is mostly limited to inebriated karaoke, but anyone who has ever sung in a choir already knows it’s about more than hanging out with friends. Rehearsals are great fun. We meet with friends, sing together, learn new songs, do the unexpected and discover that singing can be truly rewarding and relaxing. If you would like to come along to a rehearsal we meet every Tuesday night in Louth Town Hall. Afterwards, many of us pop out for a well earned pint together at the Wheatsheaf. It's a super opportunity to make a whole new group of friends!
Some Words People Said…
I love to hear a choir. I love the humanity, to see the faces of real people devoting themselves to a piece of music. I like the teamwork. It makes me feel optimistic about the human race when I see them cooperating like that.
It is always a wonder how the members of the Louth Male Voice Choir manage to sing a long and complex programme entirely from memory, but it certainly pays off: with every eye on the conductor, every singer full of enthusiasm and striving to be at one with his fellows, responding to every nuance, nothing gets in the way of the performance.
It’s always beautiful to sing with other great voices. I like voices in general. It’s a big privilege to have great singers next to me.