Wayfarers Charity Concert
On April 25 2017 Wayfarers Chorus, in conjunction with KGV College, will be hosting a musical variety concert on behalf of Queenscourt Hospice. This promises to be an excellent event, with a good mix of singing styles and instrumental performers.
The line-up has now been finalised and tickets are now on sale. Our last concert was a sell-out and we expect this one to be the same, so to avoid disappointment get in touch soon to order your tickets.
We are the Wayfarers Chorus from Southport
We are an all male group formed in 1986, who sing a variety of Barbershop and close harmony acapella songs.
Some choruses concentrate on entering Barbershop competitions and rarely sing in public. Wayfarers on the other hand are a social chorus. We love nothing better than entertaining audiences with our mixed repertoire, which we refresh on a regular basis.
We regularly perform in Southport and throughout Sefton, Merseyside, Lancashire and other areas of the Northwest, at charity activities, social gatherings, and other related music events. We have even sung at wedding receptions.
If you are looking to add something special to an occasion, or plan to put on some entertainment for your organisation, then why not try The Wayfarers Barbershop Chorus. You might be pleasantly surprised!
To see us in action please click on the links in the Videos menu. If you are interested in some more infomation about Barbershop singing, visit the Barbershop History page.
For a friendly chat and to discuss any aspects of our singing, or if you are interested in joining our ranks, please contact us using the form provided.
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