Starting online from 26 June…
The Lockdown Blues Songbook
Due to a certain virus, live choirs will need to be suspended for Term 3. However that doesn’t mean we can’t sing together.
The on-line Corona Choir will re-start from 26 July, joining each other every week by Zoom, learning new songs, making recordings together and keeping in touch.
Rob and the Corona Band will prepare a list of fun songs - the Lockdown Blues Songbook.
Each person will record their voice singing them, and Rob will put the recordings together so we can hear the sound of a choir. Like last year, we’ll make videos too – see
You’ll need to set up a recording app – more information coming for those who are registered.
Maybe you don’t like Zoom, but this experience is a bit different. Sign up and if after the first night it’s not for you there’s a full refund. What have you got to lose?
No experience necessary, just come sing along.
Find out more (including a full song list) at the choir's web site
And check out some of what the choir did in lockdown:
All materials provided
Rob has played jazz, rock’n’roll, folk and various other musical styles for “a very long time”, singing and playing guitar or bass. He has performed in groups and solo. Rob has been an enthusiastic member of various choirs, and previously ran the very successful “Road to Motown,” “Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club,” “Rolling Stones,” “Songs of Oz,”"Songs About The Weather," and "Songs about Growing Up" choirs. “Songs about Travelling” Choir is set to be just as interesting. Nothing too difficult, and definitely no pressure – the emphasis is on fun.