‘Music is a Major Tonic to health and wellness’



 Major Tonic brings people together from local communities, sharing positive energy through singing and music

In the photo above, the original Major Tonic Choir in Waterloo Liverpool, and Crosby Beach.

2020-21 SEASON

Major Tonic is about music, choirs, singing, fun and people making music.

The founder of Major Tonic, Barry Gerald Webb is creating music projects that benefit our health. He is composing a new musical "Aqua" as part of the Aqua Project. This follows on from his Project Nepomuk in 2018 sposored by the Arts Council of England.

The project will initially be rehearsed online, involving members from the Waterloo Choir and singers from around the World.

Choir projects are planned and taking place online until it is safe to meet as a group.

Choir projects in the next few months will include:

  • a Waterloo Christmas outdoor concert for charity

  • the foundation of the new online Aqua Choir.


Major Tonic is all about music and performance being good for our health.

Major Tonic began in 2019 with a Community Choir in Liverpool singing all kinds of music, but especially modern popular songs and new compositions.

Communication is central to Music. It helps us make sense of the World. It gives us and society health. Major Tonic has plans to extend this communication through digital media.

The original founding choir Major Tonic Choir (Waterloo), seen in the pictures in this page, is made up from members of all ages from all walks of life and from all areas of Merseyside. 

Photo by Carl Raw on Unsplash
Photo by Carl Raw on Unsplash
For more information about the activities of Major Tonic
about the Aqua Project
or to join the Waterloo Major Tonic or Aqua choirs please contact Barry
on 07521 268426 or


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“Music produces a kind of pleasure which human nature cannot do without.” Confucius.