Volunteers and staff are preparing to take part in a choir event unlike any other. Trinity’s talented singers will be part of the UK Hospices Choir, who are all set to record the Paul McCartney song ‘We all stand together’ for a fundraising album due for release before Christmas.
Singers from across the UK have been in rehearsal as part of the project, organised by Choirs with Purpose and involving ten charities in all.
Trinity has around 20 singers taking part under the guidance of choir mistress Catherine Rae, and they will travel to Manchester in early September for the actual recording.
The aim of Choirs with Purpose is to shine a light – and raise funds – for the ten good causes, including hospices in the UK, and the hope is that the album could be the UK’s number 1 this Christmas.
It’s great to be involved in such an uplifting project and the message of ‘we all stand together’ really resonates across the hospice sector.
There is a crowd-funding campaign on www.pledgemusic.com/projects/choirswithpurpose where you can pre-order the album, and every pre-order counts towards the Official Chart when it is released on 15th December. We all stand together will also be available for download and in the meantime watch for further updates – there is more information at Choirs with Purpose on Facebook and twitter.