It’s never too late to learn to Sing

So –visit our rehearsal evening! You are most welcome to come and sing with the most wonderful choir of the Haarlemmermeer and surrounds!

Who are we?

Singing Unlimited is a ladies’ choir that sings 4-part a capella (in the barbershop style). The choir started in 2013 in the Haarlemmermeer in The Netherlands and consists of women of all ages and backgrounds. Our common love is to sing and perform! Only a few of us have had a formal education in music or singing.

Our goal

We want to continually improve  as an a capella choir both during rehearsals and performances.We strive  to “sing better together”. The whole being more than the sum of its parts. But having fun in singing together  is also  important to us. SU stands for high quality performances, both vocally and visually, and we take pleasure in sharing our love of  music with our audience.

Choreography and Showmanship

In order to express the essence of the songs we sing we often use moves and choreography. We work with a visual team who design and teach the choir  these moves.

Rehearsal evening

Rehearsals take place on Thursday evenings from 19.45pm to 22.15pm in Badhoevedorp (near Amsterdam). We rehearse every week in order to improve and reach our goal. We constantly work on our singing technique and further develop  our musicality and presentation. And – very important – we have fun together!

Our director:

I prepare every rehearsal so that it’s  educational, challenging and fun: Thursday night should be  the highlight of the week for our members!

Interested?
If you are curious and would like to consider joining  the finest choir  in the Haarlemmermeer and surrounds, then we recommend that you come and see a  rehearsal evening. For additional information, please contact us at folder

Achievements

‘Most improved chorus’, 2nd place midsize chorusses and 5th place overall at the Sweet Adelines Regional Convention in Newcastle 2018

Winner Korenslag Bollenstreek 2017

‘Most improved chorus’ at the Sweet Adelines Regional Convention in Newcastle 2016