Welcome Choir

Welcome Choir
Wonderful Warm Hearted Singing 
In partnership with Crystal Palace Transition Town,
St John the Evangelist Upper Norwood & Social Prescribing

Led by Katie Rose


Venue: Church Hall at St John The Evangelist, 
Sylvan Road, SE19 2RX 

Singing can help us
*Find, explore and enjoy our voices  * Breathe deeply and fully
* Work out gently * Warble our worries away
* Express ourselves * Stand tall
* Make new friends and boost our social vitamins
* Celebrate our diverse community and travel the world of
global harmony - pop/ folk/ jazz/ gospel
* Raise our voices for good causes
* Laugh and have fun!

All Voices Welcome
No auditions or previous musical experience required
Acapella songs with beautiful harmonies all taught by ear
Learn about your voice in a supportive atmosphere.
Enjoy exciting performance opportunities.

Autumn Singing  - Thursdays 7-9pm
 13th September - 13th December 
Half Term break 25th October 
First Session Free then booking by term 
Autumn Term 12 weeks -  £84
 £72 concessions (unwaged/ student/ retired)
Helper/ bursary places available for those unable to pay.

For more info contact Katie Rose info@therosewindow.org

It is welcoming and joyous.”

— Yasmin

Sing your heart out in a warm, welcoming atmosphere

Make new friends in your community

The best thing about the choir is the people! It’s people of all ages and I always have a good chat and laugh, I would consider them all as friends. If the last time you sang was with a piano in school assembly, forget about that and try this. Lovely accapella songs from all over the world on nature and joy and all the good things. It will make your heart sing too. ”

— Zuleika Henderson

Choir has really made me feel a part of the amazing community that we have in Crystal Palace - and it brings joy!”

— Rose Donnelly

The choir is privileged to be led by such an inspirational, talented and fun woman. ”

— David Gregory

Take part in exciting community events

Community Performance of Adiemus with London Mozart Players

Community Performance of Adiemus with London Mozart Players

Join voices and forces with likeminded people

Make a valuable contribution to local & global causes

Sing for Water fundraising for WaterAid at the Thames Festival

Sing for Water fundraising for WaterAid at the Thames Festival

Welcoming and inclusive with eclectic repertoire. Helps you find your singing voice and builds confidence. Lovely friendly people too”
I always leave with a smile on my face - it's definitely good for the soul. ”

— Stella

A fantastic way to explore the beauty and power of communal singing in a relaxed and fun environment. Katie has a knack for putting everyone at ease and making you believe you can sing, and once we all get going, something magical happens. I think everyone should give it a go!”

— Rachael

Enjoy meeting and singing with other local choirs

Bring friends and family to celebrate special occasions