The Navy Larks are a group of up to 25 stout - hearted men, united by their love of sea shanties and traditional music. They perform at many charity events around Salisbury, raising money for the RNLI and for the Parkinson’s Society. Each summer they perform at the Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival. The Navy Larks sing in 3 parts, either unaccompanied, or with a guitar or melodeon.
The Navy Larks rehearse every Tuesday evening in term time, in a local Salisbury pub.
There is no termly subscription:- payment of £8 is made weekly on the door.
For more information, please contact Kate
Singing as part of a group can easily become a big part of your life. With a good leader, and our is very good, it's a challenge, it's fun and it's friendly. Music styles and skill levels vary a great deal, so look around and you will find a choir to suit you. Join and be happy.
Singing lifts you however down in the dumps you may be , and the Navy larks led by Kate are a source of great enjoyment , thoroughly recommended.
What MY CHOIR MEMBERS Are Saying
"Joining a choir is a fantastic thing to do. As well as meeting new people, the very act of singing with others lifts the soul, and provides a sense of community and wellbeing which cannot be underestimated. Under Kate's fantastic leadership, we laugh, sing, and occasionally hit the right notes! I can't recommend it highly enough!"