Member of Sopranos

Louise is an in-house lawyer, a full time mum, and a school governor, among other things!

Louise first heard about the choir through her kids’ school, where she got to know Dave.
She has always sung in choirs but when her work choir came to an end, she found herself without a choir home.
“When I go to choir I can leave all my baggage at the door and let the music fill my soul! My family know that choir evenings are my time, so my husband knows he will be putting the kids to bed on Wednesdays.”
Louise’s love of singing began when she was little and she would go out with her sisters in Kennington and sing the songs from the musical Annie to unwitting members of the public (who loved it!)
“For me choir is about connecting and making great music, your level of experience doesn’t matter. To make good music we just need to sing together and feel connected.”
Louise started off as an alto, but realised that her voice could go deeper, and decided to join the lents (ladies and gents/tenor&bass) section for a challenge.
“I really love interacting with the guys, and I’ve made some lovely friendships, which are really growing.”
Louise loves singing all of the choir songs, but her favourite is Thina Siumnye.
“Thina Simunye is a call and response song that comes from a place of healing, something that a lot of people need these days.”

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