How Chester’s first LGBT+ choir are taking the city by storm

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01/20/2019

Chester’s only LGBT+ choir is looking for new members of all ages and diversities to complete their ensemble. Proud Marys, who formed in November 2017, already have around 40 singers ranging from age 18 to mid 80s – but are keen to get some more participants on board. The choir, which initially began as a series of workshops with funding from Body Positive Cheshire & North Wales, has hit the ground running ever since it began and Chester musician Matt Baker came on board as musical director.

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