Welcome to the Monday Mondays website. We are a mixed voice contemporary choir, formed in 2010, singing pop and jazz songs in unaccompanied “a cappella” style.
All our songs are performed in entertaining 5 part arrangements. You won’t hear anything like them anywhere else!
Our musical repertoire is designed to please every kind of audience. Examples include popular hits by Sara Bareilles, James Bay, Bobby McFerrin, Sting, The Stones, ELO, Simon and Garfunkel, Coldplay, Queen, the Beatles, Cyndi Lauper, Labi Siffre and the Beach Boys.
We are an AWARD WINNING CHOIR. We took first place in the mixed voices class at the prestigious Alderley Edge Music Festival with a rarely achieved mark of 90%.
Like to listen to us? Click on our Media page to hear some clips.
We’re now back rehearsing live in Denton – what a joy to be together again! Before we were allowed to rehearse inside, we had some outside sessions at Curzon Ashton Football Club, under their covered stand. That was great fun and we’re very grateful to them!
And before that during the pandemic we met virtually every Monday; we’ve learnt new songs and did some virtual recordings. But Zoom cannot compare with in person rehearsals!
At the moment we’d be very interested to hear from tenors, basses and sopranos. Do get in touch – contact us here. In the past we’ve often been fully subscribed – so now’s your ideal chance to join us.
Interested in booking us for an upcoming show or celebration? Weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, any other special occasions? We can put out a full choir, with guest spots, or a smaller group, just let us know what you need. Click on Contact to get in touch.
We enjoy helping local and regional charities and community organisations, with £thousands raised since we began in 2010. If you have an event in mind, please get in touch – we’d love to help if we can! Contact us here.
Visitors to our rehearsal evenings would normally be very welcome, but we will need to settle into our new Covid-aware rehearsal regime first. So regretably, no visitors yet please.