• Events,  News,  Recruitment


    Fancy singing but never had the courage to walk into a rehearsal on your own? Well, Spangles Ladies’ Harmony Chorus is offering you the chance to join other like-minded souls at the Open House on 22 February. “We know it can be difficult to make that first walk into a…

  • News

    Monthly Column – January

    I HATE CLUBS SO WHY SHOULD I WANT TO JOIN A SINGING GROUP? Because they are not just about the music and singing! It’s friendship and caring. It’s friendship and community. It’s friendship and “I’ve got your back”. It’s friendship and anything you need.Yes of course we love our a…

  • Events,  News

    Open House – 22 February 2024

    A golden opportunity to learn the iconic ‘Cups’ song from the film ‘Pitch Perfect’ in a cappella, four part harmony – and it’s totally free! We will provide teach tracks and help you learn the song and we’ll have some fun along the way. To find out more, complete the…

  • News

    Monthly Column – December

    TAKE CARE OF YOUR HARD-WORKING VOICE However you use it, taking care of your voice should be a top priority because your vocal cords are precious. At Spangles, singing to the best of our ability means taking care of our voices, never more important than when singing with Christmas Joy!…

  • Christmas,  News

    Monthly Column – November

    Christmas is only five weeks away. What are we all looking forward to? Christmas Trees…..Presents…… Great food……Parties…… Hearing from family in another country? Some of us may not have any of those things to look forward to, but we all have friends and neighbours, and perhaps sharing things with them…

  • News

    Monthly Column – October

    Health Benefits of Singing Singing is good for you, without a doubt! Studies done over several years have focused on the health benefits of singing. Singing releases endorphins into your system; makes you feel energised and uplifted. People who sing are healthier. Singing gives the lungs a workout, Singing tones…

  • News

    Monthly Column – September

    A CAPPELLA EXPLAINED What Is A Cappella? Thanks to films and TV shows such as Pitch Perfect and Glee, and musical groups like Straight No Chaser and Pentatonix, a cappella music has become very popular. The term a cappella is Italian for “in the style of the chapel” and is…

  • News,  Recruitment,  Videos

    We’re Back At It!

    After a long, hot summer, it’s so good to be back singing together again. We had some fun social meetings during our break and, yes, there was a bit of singing here and there, but there’s nothing like a proper rehearsal to release those endorphins and the feel good factor.…

  • News

    Monthly Column – August

    HAVING YOUR HAIR CUT? FEEL LIKE SINGING? SILLY QUESTION? Seriously, that’s what the young men did in America in the early 20th Century! We are jolly lucky to have inherited their joy in singing. That joy of singing without background music was called “barbershop” and it still is to this…

  • News

    Monthly Column – July

    Our Chorus Manager, Lyn, has a monthly column in the Costa Blanca News. July’s column explained why it’s good to sing in a choir. You can read all about it here. Benefits of Singing in a Choir If you doubt your ability as a singer, once you’ve taken brave steps…

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