Wednesday, 8 January 2020

Cave Sing

One of our favourite evenings out is to go and sing in Cathedral Cave in Little Langdale. 

Thursday, 7 February 2019

Raising funds for Bendrigg Trust

We have a great time at Kendal Unitarian Schoolhouse raising funds, and raising the roof, for Bendrigg Trust.

Choir member Steve Grice is an outdoor instructor with Bendrigg, providing activities for young people with special needs. We sung to a capacity crowd and raised over £2000 for this great cause.

A Facebook highlights reel!

Monday, 25 June 2018

A Very Special Wedding

What could we do when one of our choir members got married apart from sing!

In the beautiful setting of the Rusland valley we helped Paul and Mel celebrate their marriage, including singing during the ceremony.

Saturday, 3 March 2018

Sprint Mill

One Day Like This from our 2018 concert at Sprint Mill.

Warmed by the fire and the cake we had a atmospheric evening of music and poetry despite the snow outside. Thanks to Romola and Edward for their warm welcome.

Monday, 23 October 2017

Bownessie - What did they see?

On Thursday night we could be found in the Fellside Centre doing something a bit unusual. We were recording the soundtrack for a new mockumentary style film called HUMPS (In Search of Bownessie), thanks to a collaboration with film maker and musician Elliott James Léon. 

The piece entitled What did they see? features us singing as well as a fabulous string sextet. It was great fun and amazing to see, first hand, the intricacies of recording and to be involved in this community project.

Look out for the film, due to be launched sometime later next year. 

Monday, 19 June 2017

Street Choirs Festival

If you want to see us in action this Saturday, we will be busking in Kendal as part of the Street Choirs Festival 2017. Catch us at the Elephant Yard 13:20-13:40; the Joshua Tree Yard 14:20-14:40 & outside Kendal Library 15:00-15:20.

Fun in the Sun at Staveley Carnival

We had a great time in the sunshine of Staveley Carnival. We sung some new songs mixed with some old favourites. It was a return to the roots of Fellside Singers; our origins lie in the 2009 Carnival, so we were even more delighted to be there this year.