Cherhill Voices

Latest News                                                                                                                                             I'm thrilled to announce that Cherhill Voices have been asked to perform at the Calne Spring Sing on 27th April 2024. Choirs from across Wiltshire will be performing all over the town celebrating the joy of singing together. More information coming soon.

 

Young Voices 2024                                                                                                                              The choir had a fabulous time at the highly anticipated Young Voices Concert held at the Birmingham Resort World Arena last week. They performed with singer songwriter Natalie Williams, rap artist MC Grammar, 13 year old drummer Nandi Bushell and the dancers Urban Strides.  The children joined 6000 other primary school children to sing songs from a range of genres including pop, folk and musical theatre. 

 

Cherhill Voices were incredible, they sang brilliantly, behaved impeccably and did both Cherhill Primary School and themselves proud. The choir had a truly memorable day and are looking forward to performing again next year! 

Photographs of some of the events Cherhill Voices took part in last year.

In June Cherhill Voices performed Ain't No Mountain High Enough and I Can See Clearly Now at our annual Music Concerts. 

Cherhill Voices performed at the Calne Spring Sing on 25th March 2023. The choir sang a range of songs from the sixties to the present day and wowed the audience with their confident dance moves and superb singing. 

On 13th January our Choir travelled to Birmingham to join 6,000 other children from across the country to perform in the Young Voices Concert at the World Resort Arena. They had a fantastic time and enjoyed performing collaboratively with other children and along side Heather Small,    The Beatbox Collective and violinist Anna Phoebe.  Cherhill Voices were incredible, they sang brilliantly, behaved impeccably and did both Cherhill Primary School and themselves proud.