Marham Military Wives are looking for a new choir lead in time for 2023
A military choir group are looking for somebody to take over as their new musical director in the new year.
Marham Military Wives Choir have been singing together for 10 years and share a passion for singing, as well as supporting each other outside of the group.
Rather than somebody directly connected to the military, the choir are looking for anybody enthusiastic about music to take on the role as choir lead.
Since starting up again after the pandemic, the choir has performed at Sandringham alongside Katherine Jenkins on the Queen's Platinum Jubilee weekend and joined choirs across the country at Lincoln Cathedral.
Choir lead Laura said: “The Marham Military Wives Choir has been going for 10 years and represents the ethos of the organisation; sing, share, support.
"We are a friendly group of women that bring a variety of experience, both in music and life and this is what makes us fun, enthusiastic and passionate about singing together.”
She added: “We support each other in and outside of the choir, and each of us agrees that it’s a network that we rely on and that gives back far more than we ever anticipated, being a member of the choir is like having a family away from home, the ladies just get it.”
As well as a new lead, the choir are also welcoming new members to join, the group are looking for women singers with a military connection.
No auditions take place and you don't have to be able to read music.
The choir currently rehearse every Tuesday from 7.30-9.30pm in Marham.
Anybody who is interested in taking up the role as musical director should send a CV and covering letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The final day to apply is Wednesday, December 7.