There’s a cacophony of singing from Rok Skool.
First off at 1.30pm in the URC Nave is Voxy Music. A six piece vocal group, 4 ladies and 2 guys. Accapella with occasional guitars and musically directed by Hereward Kaye.
Only been going a year but storming forward, with great versions of The Chain by Fleetwood Mac and The White Stripes’ Seven Nation Army, amongst other classics. A happier or more harmonious bunch you will never find!
Neatly followed at 2.00pm by Sister Sister. A six piece A Capella and acoustic all-female vocal group with a repertoire that includes everything from Take That and Ed Sheeran to Bob Marley and The Flying Pickets, ably led by Musical Director Hereward Kaye.
The ladies are proud to have reached the Southern region finals for Gareth Malone’s TV programme the ‘Naked Choir’ and the final of ‘The One’- but mostly enjoy entertaining the people of Lindfield with their unique blend of voices and singing styles.
And last but not least at 2.30pm, The Larynx. The Larynx is the epitome of Lindfield Primary Academy’s community spirit. A PTA tour de force that started life within the playground walls. School run chatter between parents conceived the idea of an all singing, all dancing choir open to all parents, grandparents, teachers and staff . The idea proved popular and in April 2015 The Larynx was born.
Since then the choir has grown in confidence under the guidance of director Hereward Kaye. With an eclectic repertoire ranging from The Beatles to Talking Heads, this friendly neighbourhood vocal group comes with a serious health warning: listening to them may do you some good!