Beckenham junior choir to hold free taster session

PUBLISHED: 13:11 30 January 2018 | UPDATED: 13:11 30 January 2018

Beckenham Baptist Church, where the taster session will be held. Picture: Google

Beckenham Baptist Church, where the taster session will be held. Picture: Google


Beckenham Junior Choir and Youth Voices are inviting children and young people aged between 6-18 to a free taster session.

The choirs are seeking singers for a new, specially commissioned opera which follows on the success of the 2017 performance ‘One of Our Brothers is a Lion!’.

No audition or experience is necessary, just an enthusiasm for singing and music.

The choirs, directed by John Webber and run by volunteers, have been offering high quality singing and musical opportunities to children for 25 years.

Choir parent Jenny Fraser said: “Experiences such as taking part in an opera are not always easily accessible or affordable, so it’s fantastic that the choirs are able to offer children the chance to take part.

“My family has been part of the choir for over four years and enjoys being part of this friendly, nurturing community.”

The free taster session will take place at 6pm on Wednesday, January 31 at Beckenham Baptist Church.


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