MAJOR TONIC CHOIR WATERLOO 2021-22 SEASON

Choir rehearsals are taking place every Tuesday from 4pm to 6pm at the Waterloo Methodist Church, Birchdale Road.

CHRISTMAS

CHRIST CHURCH WATERLOO, POTTER‘S BARN and LIVERPOOL ONE


A Christmas concert open to the public will take place on the 11th December at 7:30pm at Christ Church Waterloo.

We will be collecting for the MPN Voice (Blood cancer) charity. https://www.mpnvoice.org.uk/

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On 18th December 2021 from 3pm to 4pm there will be  carolling at Potter’s Barn.
Major Tonic Choir will be singing carols underneath the main arch of the 1840s building for some festive cheer.
We hope some locals will come and join us next to the house.
We will be collecting for the MPN Voice (Blood cancer) charity. https://www.mpnvoice.org.uk/

ON 18TH DECEMBER AT 6:00PM
We will be singing in
LIVERPOOL ONE shopping centre in aid of the

ROY CASTLE LUNG CANCER CHARITY alongside members of the Roundelay Choir Southport and Ullet Road Community Singers.

COME AND JOIN THE CHOIR IN WATERLOO

Major Tonic choir in Waterloo is looking for new choir members. Come and join us. There are no auditions and you don‘t need to read music or have sung in a choir before.

Rehearsals for Major Tonic Choir Waterloo  are held once a week in term times on Tuesday afternoons 4-5:45pm at Birchdale Road Methodist Church, 2A Birchdale Road,  Waterloo, L22 9QX

(Off St John’s Road, see map opposite).

Members are of all ages, from all walks of life. Any adult (18+) is welcome to join – whatever experience.

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Subscriptions 

NEW MEMBERS.

Please refer to the JOIN NOW page on the website and the SUBSCRIPTIONS and TERMS AND CONDITIONS documents.

We make singing accessible for everyone, regardless of musical experience. We spend time on voice parts to make learning to sing in harmony easy.

The session subscription is £5, spread over 12 months, making an affordable £16.25 per month.

Please email join@majortonic.com

Performances

We have shared the spirit of Major Tonic by singing at local care homes with groups of singers. 

Our first concert was at Green Heys Care home in Waterloo on 7th May at 2pm.

We sing songs in unison and in 2, 3 and 4 part harmonies.

We put on concerts for the public.

“Music is the literature of the heart; it commences where speech ends.” Alphonse de Lamartine