'Rainbow Voices' is delighted to announce that our star compère for our summer concert on Saturday 22nd July will be the wonderful Mrs. Barbara Nice - star of Channel 4 and of her own programme on Radio 2.  We are privileged to have Barbara to introduce our repertoire and we only hope that we can get a word in edgeways to sing! 

Saturday 22nd July is the date to put in your diary for our fabulous Summer Concert!  Doors open at 7.00 pm for a 7.30 performance.  This year we shall be performing at the Hagley Road Village in Edgbaston – a modern and perfectly designed concert space that will show us off at our best so book early to avoid disappointment!  Tickets are £8.50 on the door or £7.00 in advance from your friendly choir member or on-line from Brown Paper Tickets (http://rainbow-voices.bpt.me/ ). We look forward to seeing you there.
Rainbow Voices has just accepted an invitation to appear at the Midlands Arts Centre (MAC) on  Saturday 1st July with the wonderful  Birmingham City Council Workplace Choir alongside Dolinki, a Polish female folk group whose voices have to be heard to be believed. Don't miss this amazing opportunity to hear three excellent local choirs and the varied range of their individual repertoires.
We would be delighted if you would join us on 1st July .Tickets for this appearance are already 50% sold so hurry along to
https://macbirmingham.co.uk/event/birmingham-city-council-choir-summer-concert , or call in to, or phone the MAC on 0121 446 3232 for your tickets.

So far, it’s been a busy year for Rainbow Voices.  After our roof-raising ‘Singing in a Christmas Wonderland Concert’ (one of our best ever!) we have spent the Spring learning lots of new songs in anticipation of our Summer Concert on 22nd July.

As ever, we have a varied repertoire ranging from Mozart to Sister Sledge so there really will be something for everyone to enjoy – whether you are singing or as a member of the audience. 

Making sure that everyone is included through our love of music is what Rainbow Voices is all about.  As well as singing songs that appeal to a wide range of people (and that will stretch and develop our members) we aim to provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere.  Rainbow Voices is a community choir for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans people – as well as our straight friends – in a safe and gay-friendly environment. Whatever your vocal or physical ability, you will find a warm welcome at Rainbow Voices. 

People who are toying with the idea of joining Rainbow Voices often worry about their voices or music reading ability not being good enough.  If that’s you, then DON’T! We are a community choir and that means that we are here for you.   Many of our members can’t read music.  We rehearse pieces section by section so that you can record them and we provide rehearsal tracks for many of our songs. If you can hold a tune, and if you are prepared to put in an extra hour or so each week to learn the pieces, you will do well and you will discover just what your voice is capable of and what a great sound we can all make together as a team.  That is what a choir does - it’s a team working together to make a great sound and  to provide great entertainment.   Come and join in the fun in September when we have our new members’ day – or drop in beforehand and see how it feels to sing with Rainbow Voices.