Makin’ MuZic Christmas Concert
Join us for an evening of Festive Music
Wednesday 13th December
St Augustine’s Church, Rodbourne
Mince pies and Mulled wine from 7pm
Singing starts at 7.30pm
Tickets on the door for suggested donation of £5
All profits go to St Augustine’s Church and the Zurich Community Turst
Makin’ MuZic is an SATB choir of 25-30 people who love singing and performing together. We are based in Swindon, Wiltshire and meet weekly between 5.15pm and 7.15pm on a Wednesday evening. We sing a wide range of music including pop, modern choral, folk, swing and musicals.
We are passionate about engaging with the local community and perform at many charity events and fund-raising concerts. We also regularly sing out in the community at various local care homes.
The choir is led by the rather talented James Heydon along with the help of the choir committee. We also boast a fantastic pianist, Mike Hodgkins.
Download our choir leaflet here.
If you enjoy singing – we always welcome new members! We’re free to join and you don’t need to read music or to have sung in a choir before.
As a choir we love being invited to sing at other people’s events and have previously sung at local weddings, festivals, charity concerts and parties. Though we cannot promise we can make your event, please feel free to contact us if you are interested.
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Makin’ MuZic was originally formed in Swindon in August 2008 by Zurich Insurance Group employees. As Zurich began to outsource it’s work the choir kept it’s members at which point the choir started to welcome members from anywhere. The choir has never stopped growing in confidence and ability. In November of 2012 we were nominated and made it to finalists of the Zurich Community Trust Awards for our efforts in fundraising. In June 2013 we won our class at the Royal Wootton Bassett Arts Festival and were delighted to come top of our class again the following year in 2014.