“Long may the Michaelhouse Singers exist! Continued well-being and happiness through the fellowship of song – that’s worth singing for…”
The Michaelhouse Singers is led by Anne Taylor. This friendly choir is open to anybody with a mental health condition – whatever their age and their carers and friends.
It meets in the Michaelhouse Centre every Friday between 2:30–3:30pm. Founded in 2007, it is a joint venture between Michaelhouse and Arts and Minds and is supported through voluntary contribution from those attending and exit collections from the monthly concert series at Michaelhouse.
The Michaelhouse Singers give occasional public performances in venues that have included Kings College Chapel, Michaelhouse Centre, the annual public mtg of the local NHS mental health trust. It is also featured in a chapter of the recently published book ‘Songs of Resilience’. One of its members was awarded the Learner of the Year Award in 2010 as a result of their involvement with the choir. Please feel free to come along to try it out!
Watch this video for more information about the Michaelhouse Singers.