Bathurst Sings together
Singing for fun has never been more popular than it is in Bathurst right now.
Half a dozen of Bathurst’s choirs are getting together on Sunday August 3 for the second Bathurst Sings event.
Organised by Arts OutWest, the afternoon is about sharing music in a supportive environment.
“This is an opportunity for people to share their love of singing. It’s completely non-competitive, just lots of fun,” said Arts OutWest’s Tracey Callinan, a passionate singer who also conducts the Sounds Live choir.
“The Bathurst Sings event last year was a huge success, the choirs really enjoyed being together, sharing their performances,” Ms Callinan said.
The choirs will perform Sunday August 3 at 2pm at The Flannery Centre at the top of Havannah Street, Bathurst.
Groups participating include the Panorama Chorus, the Allegri Singers, the Sounds Live Choir, Sing Australia and the U3A Singing for Pleasure group.
Each group will share about 20 minutes of favourite songs from their repertoire. The singers will combine at the end for mass sing-along.
Over 100 local singers are expected to perform at the concert.
The public is welcome to the free event.