Castle Cary Choir is an amateur choir with membership open to all.
We meet for rehearsals on Mondays from 7.30 to 9.30 at the Methodist Church in Castle Cary. We are happy to receive new members at any time, and if you think you might like to join us check out our Come and Join Us page for more information.
We sing not only for our own enjoyment but also because we love to perform and entertain. According to the rules of our Constitution, the Choir was formed for the following purpose:-
“…. to allow people who enjoy singing to come together as a group, in order to foster the love and appreciation of music; to raise money for deserving causes and willingly give its services to help raise money for charity.”
Concerts are given to support any body or organisation wishing to benefit from the raising of funds. Our Can We Sing for You? page has more information about this.
Castle Cary is twinned with the town of Rémalard in France, and Castle Cary Choir is actively involved in the Twinning in conjunction with the choir from Rémalard. Many members become involved, purely on a voluntary basis, in the reciprocal Twinning Exchange visits which take place each year between the two choirs, involving joint concerts and some enjoyable social events in each of the Choirs’ home locations in turn.