Hi. My name is Patrick and I was the very first Choir With No Name member in Liverpool.

I was at the auditions for our choir director and helped make a decision about Meike, our wonderful director; we definitely made the right choice.

I have done a little bit of singing in the past with the Merchant Navy and I first heard about the choir at a Crisis 'End Of Term' event. There was a small workshop area set up in the main room and I joined in along with a few others. I was hooked straight away.

The choir is fantastic and magical and it makes me feel great. I have attended rehearsals almost every week; I go because I love it.

Since joining the choir I am a lot happier and have a lot more confidence too. It is the perfect way to meet new people.

I am happy and elated to call myself a member of the Choir With No Name. My favorite choir song so far is ‘With A Little Help From My Friends’.



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