We are a non-auditioning community choir based in Oxford and the only sign-singing choir in Oxfordshire. The team is made up of Hearing, Deaf, deafened and Hard of Hearing members. Sessions are weekly on Monday evenings from 7:15pm at the Oxford Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre in Oxford ( term time only). For more information, please look at the Who We Are page
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One of our newest members Paul Scarrott wrote a blog post about his experiences since joining Handy Voices. It is so wonderful. Thank you Paul and so glad you are part of our family!
Wow, what a weekend! Handy Voices was part of the sign singing competition at the Jersey Eisteddfod. So proud of everyone and so happy about the time that we had together. The adventure started even before we got there with with late and/or cancelled flights. As a team, we rehearsed on the beach in the … Continue reading What a weekend!! Handy Voices at the Jersey Eisteddfod 2017
Wow, time just flies when you are having fun. Monday 16 October is our last session for this half of term. That came quick! Reminder to all, we have a break on 23 October and return to sessions again on Monday 30 October to start our preparations for Christmas. Also part of the team will … Continue reading Gosh, half way through our first term, a half term break reminder and JERSEY! EEK!