Songworks singers have been enjoying preparing a wonderful set of songs for our upcoming events.
Do come – we love a good audience and what is not to love about 60 people joyfully singing their hearts out for YOU!
You may also like to join the Magpies for an atmospheric performance of three-part harmony songs on the Parkland Walk.
Read on for details of where we will be and when….
Songworks at St Mary’s Tower
Wednesday 5 July, 7.45pm
St Mary’s Tower, High Street, Hornsey, N8 7QB
FREE, cash donations for charity welcome
Refreshments available (cash Pimm’s bar)
Join us for a summer evening of song in the beautiful St Mary’s Tower gardens. We’re excited to share some new numbers and old favourites, from chilled-out harmonic delights to pop anthems including One Day Like This, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road and Half the World Away.
Treat yourself to a Pimm’s while you listen (£5, please bring cash). Free soft drinks for children.
The event is free and we’ll be collecting cash donations for local charity Haven, which provides a drop-in centre for carers of children with additional needs.
Saturday 8th July, 11am
Stationers Park, Mayfield Road, N8
Once again Songworks community choir will open the Crouch End Festival, bringing their special blend of harmony and joy to the occasion. Enjoy uplifting anthems and pop classics, including One Day Like This, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road and Half the World Away.
Songworks Library Sing!
Saturday 8th July, 12 noon
Hornsey Library, Haringey Park, N8 9JA
Making the most of the fabulous acoustics outside the library, singers from Songworks’ Monday and Wednesday choirs join forces to share some favourites from their current repertoire. Expect uplifting pop anthems and blissed-out harmonic delights!
Reclaimed: Songs at Twilight on the Parkland Walk
Friday 7th July, 8pm
Parkland Walk – use Crouch End Hill/Crescent Road entrance and meet under the bridge
Join the Magpies for an atmospheric performance of three-part harmony songs. Inspired by the Parkland Walk setting, where wild and human worlds intertwine, the programme includes beautiful arrangements that draw from nature and folklore.
“They’re called Magpies but they sing like larks ascending, harmonies soaring and floating together on zephyrs of song. Unmissable.”