‘Music is a major tonic to peoples’ health and well-being’

Major Tonic brings together singers from the local community, to share positive energy.

As well as singing being a pleasure in itself, it is a Major Tonic to peoples’ health and well-being.

Our first meeting and rehearsal was on Tuesday afternoon the 19th February 2019.

We meet every Tuesday in term time from 1. 30pm to 3pm at Birchdale Road Methodist Church, 2A Birchdale Road,  Waterloo, L22 9QX. 




What a fantastic concert yesterday!

We had a great time, and sang very well indeed. The audience joined in when asked and they seemed to have had a fantastic time themselves.

Above is a photo of our group after we had just finished singing.

The concert was our last meeting before the summer break.

Please keep looking at the website for news.

We will post the date when we will be meeting again in September, on the website and on facebook.

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Above, the concert on May 7th at Green Heys.

Spread the word about the 20th July concert at the Summer Fair at Green Heys at 1:30pm to 2:00pm as it will be sizzling!!


All choir members, and ex-members, welcome!

Photo by Dominik Scythe on Unsplash
Photo by Dominik Scythe on Unsplash

Major Tonic is made up from members of all ages, from all walks of life, and from all areas of Merseyside. 

This is a mixed choir. There are NO auditions. No experience is needed. You don't have to read music.
We have started with unison songs, and we are gradually building up to harmony.
We sing in different styles, from pop and rock to classical, from film and television to musical theatre, also with newly composed music. 
Photo by Carl Raw on Unsplash
Photo by Carl Raw on Unsplash
For more information contact please contact our Artistic Administrator (Margaret) 
on 07870 319686 or nedrac1@virginmedia.com
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or majortonic@yahoo.com or on the contact form here.

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