The Gotherington Singers are a friendly and committed choir of women's voices from the Cheltenham area, always ready to welcome new members.

Choir member Mel and daughter Georgia having fun with the ducks

Fun Day Sunday

Sunday, 6 June 2010

Joan’s Fun Day was a great success, and enjoyed by all, especially the children who had a great time fishing for ducks in the pond and having their faces painted. All money raised went to choir funds. View more pictures in the gallery.

Rehearsing outside the Town Hall before our class

Gotherington Singers Win Cup

Saturday, 15 May 2010

We took part in the choral day at Cheltenham Festival of Performing Arts, and won the Cotswold Singers Cup for the Ladies Choirs Class.

Spring Songs

Saturday, 17 April 2010

Our Spring concert supported the charity Winston’s Wish. The concert was a great success and we enjoyed singing in Emmanuel Church, Leckhampton. The choir sang a varied selection of songs, and finished up with a concert version of “Oliver” which the audience thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated.

Masterclass with Maria Jaguz

Workshop and Masterclass with Maria Jagusz

Saturday, 30 January 2010

The choir enjoy a workshop and masterclass with Maria Jagusz.

What an absolutely wonderful day Maria gave us! A day-long singing lesson for all, audience and soloists alike. We all enjoyed it so much, and learned so much, not only about singing technique, but about that all-important aspect of performance  - communication with the audience.

Christmas Magic - our Christmas Concert 2009

Saturday, 12 December 2009

This was a truly magical occasion. The choir sang a selection of Christmas carols and songs, and  our guest soloists delighted everyone with their wonderful playing. Pianist Rosie Breckon gave us Mozart, Scarlatti, Liszt and Chopin, and electrified and enchanted choir and audience alike. So, too, did violinists Gerry and Gill Hopkin, who played the Pastorelle from Corelli’s Christmas Concerto and also accompanied the choir in several of their songs, including ‘Mary’s Boy Child’ and Elgar’s ‘The Snow’.