BRIGHTON SINGS!

Calling singers from Brighton and beyond! We invite you to join a sea of voices Singing for Sanctuary in the magnificent St Bartholomew’s Church, Brighton on Saturday 28th January 2017 for a massed choir fundraising event. Singing for Sanctuary is a community, open-access event for those who love singing together to support the efforts of charities who work with people living in challenging situations.This is our first year and we have chosen the charities RISE UK,  Voices in Exile and Miss Represented to sing for. JOIN US!



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WORKSHOP NEWS!



Our 11th January workshop will be  held at the Friends Meeting House in central Brighton. The 25th will be in St Bartholomew’s church. Singing for Sanctuary workshops run from 7.00pm to 9.30pm and will cover all songs and voice parts in time for the event in St Bartholomew’s Church on 28th January 2017.

We encourage you to come to these last two workshops and to arrive on the 28th with as much learning under your belt as possible. Not everyone will know all the songs, its been lot to learn. But we need a big turnout to give our audience a great evening. Listen to the audio, familiarise yourself with the words~you’ll be marvellous!

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In December, our Event Director Carole Manley, gave an interview to Juice FM about Singing for Sanctuary, how it started and why we think this is an important event to be added to the Brighton annual choir calendar.

INTERVIEW WITH JUICE FM

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What Voice Part am I?

We have a saying “Any octave, any gender” but usually…

Very high > Soprano (W); High > Alto (W&M); Lower > Tenor (W&M); Very low > Bass (M).

Our Workshops can help you decide too. We don’t mind if you buy a ticket then change voice part during the rehearsal.

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Brighton Sings UK

is an organisation uniting people of East Sussex who love singing and using their collective musical energy to support the efforts of charities who work with people living in challenging situations.Tell me more…

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Singing for Sanctuary

On the evening of the 24th September, Brighton Sings UK will be hosting ‘Singing for Sanctuary’. Performed in the heart of the city at the Brighton Dome, this event will raise funds for three local charities who work with men, women and children facing more than their fair share of life’s adversities:

Miss Represented
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The Charities

MISS REPRESENTED
RISE
UK
Voices in Exile

Peggy Seeger


We are absolutely delighted that Peggy Seeger, the Radio 2 Award winner for Best Original Song for Swim to the Star, supports Brighton Sings. Peggy says:

“Every song a gem, hopeful and inclusive. Everyone singing every one of the songs.  Every pound made donated to charity. The start of a trend that will spread to everywhere. Heart-warmers: the concept, the songs, the singers.”  Peggy Seeger

Gui Tavares

Gui Tavares, who created the beautiful arrangement for us of Lugar Comum, will be joining us as part of Singing for Sanctuary on Saturday 28th January, to accompany us on guitar.
Gui says:

“I understand how hard it is to keep good music and cultural projects going in this crazy world that is hungry to money and power, but we have this amazing and rewarding mission to make lives with peace through music.” Guy Tavares


Brighton Sings UK is honoured to be able to harness the combined musical energy of singers from all over the UK, to raise funds and to support our chosen charities in their work for a better world.

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