Welcome to Fascinating Rhythm!

 

Convention 2018

Fascinating Rhythm is an all female a cappella chorus based in Winterbourne, South Gloucestershire. We love singing together in glorious 4-part close harmony and to entertain audiences at all kinds of venues including concerts, social evenings, charity events, festivals and competitions. Our repertoire includes a wide variety of styles including pop songs, ballads, easy beat and traditional barbershop.  If you’d like to book us, join us or just want to know a bit more about us, please click on the ‘Contact Fascinating Rhythm’ link below.

In March 2019, on World Down Syndrome Awareness Day we were delighted to release “This is Me” in collaboration with Ups and Downs South West. It was the most rewarding experience for us and something we are all extremely proud to have been a part of. We were delighted that it has been viewed across the world and if you have not seen it yet, or want to see it again, you can view it here:  https://youtu.be/A54xxtJgxOg

Upcoming Events & Latest News: 

Convention Dress Rehearsal – Sunday 13th October at 3pm

Yate Academy, Sundridge Park, Yate, BS37 4DX

Hot off the press….Date released for 2020 Learn to Sing Workshop….

Saturday 1st February 2020 – look out for more details soon, but get it in your diaries ladies!

 

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High Note (article from Good Housekeeping, November 2016)

‘Sign up to sing in a choir and you’ll not only reduce the levels of the stress hormone cortisol, you’ll also boost cytokines, proteins released by the immune system that help fight off illness’, according to a Royal College of Music study. Singing was also identified as one of the top 10 mood boosters in University of Sussex research – ‘better even than shopping!’
Click on the link above if you’d like to give it a go and be part of Fascinating Rhythm.

Fascinating News

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Rocking Yate!

Charity cheque presentation

“Leave no one behind” on World Down Syndrome Awareness Day

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