Lincoln Sounds

Ladies a cappella harmony chorus

Events Archive

Singing in Lincoln High Street

On 16 December the Lincoln Sounds ladies, along with The Lincoln Mix, sang in Lincoln High Street to help raise money for St Barnabus hospice. We donned our warm clothes and Christmas bling to sing some carols and a few songs from our repertoire. The total raised throughout the day from all the fundraising efforts was over £800. Thanks to everyone who supported us!

Six Week Winter Workshop

c Photos from the workshop and the party can be found in our photo gallery.

Last Night of The Proms - Embassy Theatre, Skegness

In September 2012, we were very excited and honoured to be booked to sing at the Last Night of the Proms concert at the Embassy Theatre in Skegness.

The evening was filled with classical music wonderfully performed by Lincolnshire Brass. Alongside other special guests, Lincoln Sounds did 3 sets of songs from our repertoire and then lead the singing for the likes of "Rule Britannia", "Land of Hope & Glory" and other proms classics. 

What a fabulous night we all had!

Check out our photo gallery for more pictures from the event.

Sweet Adelines Region 31 Convention 2012

In May 2012, our Musical Director took 24 ladies (including 5 first-timers and new costumes!) to the annual Sweet Adelines Region 31 convention in Birmingham. Although we didn't place, we achieved a very respectable score - especially considering the recent departure of several long standing members. The feedback we received from the judges has given us plenty to work on and we hope to return next year with an even better score!

Lincoln Music and Drama Festival 2012

Lincoln Sounds were thrilled to be awarded first place in the barbershop groups  open class in the Lincoln Music and Drama Festival in March 2012. We beat 4 very talented male barbershop choruses, including our biggest "rivals", the Harmony Lincs men.

Here are some comments from the Adjudicator:

'. . . polished . . .relaxed . . . expressive . . . impressive choreography . . . excellent dynamic contrasts . . '

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