Ha Ha Harmony Choir – Hook

Want to sing for fun and learn something about music and singing at the same time?  Join our daytime choir in Hook!

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Ha Ha Harmony could be perfect for you!  Our small and friendly choir has been running since January 2013. We aim to deliver a choir with a difference. We guarantee fun, laughter, beautiful sounds and a relaxed atmosphere. Most members have never sung before!

  • Where?  Elizabeth Hall, Raven Road, Hook, Hants, RG27 9HH
  • When?  Fridays 10.00-11.30am
  • Cost? £70 per 10 week term plus a few pounds for music

With no auditions and no experience necessary we’d love you to come and join us and help us make some wonderful sounds.  We’ll bring the music and know-how.  We’ll even teach you some singing techniques that could unleash that inner voice!  Prima donnas not needed!

Men and women welcome of all ages.  Whether you can sing in tune or not, we welcome you to join us for some Ha Ha harmonies.

YOU ARE WELCOME TO JOIN AT ANY TIME!

Autumn Term Dates:
Sept 13th – Dec 6th (no session in October half term: Nov 1st)

PLANNED Performance dates:
Friday 6th Dec – morning performance to local care home
Friday 6th Dec – evening performance in Reading to family and friends

HOW TO JOIN? Call or text Jackie now on 07881 620701 to find out more and reserve a place!! If you want to email please use this form.

About us

Helen Bolton Ha Ha Harmony choir

Helen Bolton is a Reading based singing teacher who has worked in the area for 12 years coaching adults and children from beginners to advanced.  She has performed in soul bands up and down the UK for many years and specialises in performance coaching and stage fright. Helen also runs Reading based soul choir SOS.

 


As a drama specialist and primary school teacher in charge of music, Jackie Harrison has set up choirs in many schools and now provides private  lessons for both children and adults. She has been singing in bands for over 20 years and has supported many well known artists including The Foundations, Katrina and the Waves and Jools Holland.