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The Ashdown Singers requires a
with effect from April 2020
This experienced chamber choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings in Uckfield and gives at least four concerts a year.
Applicants ideally should have experience in choral leadership and the ability to combine musical excellence with a sense of enjoyment.
Requests for further information and expressions of interest to be sent to
Closing date: 7 February
Interviews: 24 February
The Ashdown Singers are pleased to offer their services for weddings, special occasions and private functions. If you would you like the Ashdown Singers to perform at your venue, or for your charity please send an email to email@example.com with your phone number.
The Ashdown Singers are proud of the high standard of musicianship they attain. Rehearsals can be hard work at times, but are always informal and fun. We’re not at all stuffy, and we don’t take ourselves too seriously. Rehearsals are held weekly on Wednesday evenings during school term time in the hall of St Philips Catholic Primary School, Uckfield.
We welcome new members via successful completion of a simple audition procedure. Occasionally we might not be able to offer a place immediately and a place may be offered on our waiting list.
You should be able to competently read music, stay in a tune, and have a suitable voice to blend with the rest of the group well. Good sight singing skills would be advantageous but these often improve with practice. Ashdown Singers often sing in 8 parts, so an ability to “hold your own” part would be useful. Solo work is often shared amongst choir members and is given at the invitation of the Musical Director.
If you are interested in joining us, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your phone number to find out more.
Being offered a place to sing with Ashdown Singers is at the discretion of the Musical Director, and this is done without prejudice.