|Let's get acquainted|
The Cadbury Heath Community Choir is a new group that launched in January 2013.
Our aim is to bring together members of the community and provide an avenue for fun, self-expression, and a lift in mental and physical health.
We are led by vocalist Rachael Hunt, and accompanied by pianist Ian Towers.
We sing for fun, so please don't worry if you can't join us every week or you've not sung in a group before. No previous experience is needed and you don't need to be able to read music.
So why sing? Click here to find out.
Rachael has worked in the field of participatory music and education for 10 years. She splits her time between leading some mega-fun community choirs, school singing projects and when she gets time, getting behind a mic herself. A lover of jazz, folk and a bit of pop-tastic.
| ||Ian Towers|
A professional pianist and singer, Ian has played for many years for all types of engagements ranging from pub knees-up to society weddings, and splits his working time between live performances, teaching piano and accompanying.
Ian has a regular residency playing at The Orchard, BS1 6XT - get in touch for dates.
|Juice Community Project|
The host organization for the Cadbury Heath Community Choir, Juice is a community hub for a variety of services based in Cadbury Heath, providing help, support and advice for the residents of the local and surrounding areas.
| || Arts Council England|
This project is funded by Arts Council England, who support a wide range of activities across the arts, museums and libraries. Their aim is to champion, develop and invest in artistic and cultural experiences that enrich people's lives.
| || South Gloucestershire Council|
The Community Arts Department have provided match funding for this project and continue to provide support to help us continue.
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