Join the Global MS Choir
The Global MS Choir is back. Lift your voice for World MS Day. It’s time to sing for MS!
In the spirit of MS Connections, we are joining our voices in song for the MS community. Last year the Global MS Choir did an incredible performance of ‘Beautiful Day’. Now it’s back with another star performance to be released on 30 May 2022. Choir members will sing ‘All You Need is Love’, a classic by The Beatles. To celebrate our global diversity, we’ll be singing some of the lines in different languages.
Want to take part? Join in harmony as we celebrate global solidarity and hope for the future.
How will it work?
To save your place in the global MS choir, register using the form below. We will have our first rehearsal for everyone taking part in the choir on Wednesday 13 April.
After our first rehearsal, we will ask you to send us an audio recording of you singing the song by the end of the day on Thursday 28 April. This is so that we can synchronise the sound of your voices. We will then have a final rehearsal on Thursday 19 May where we sing along to the soundtrack and record a video performance together to release on World MS Day.
Our team will edit your video performances together to broadcast on World MS Day – 30 May – via Facebook and YouTube.
Please note all choir rehearsals will take place in English.
- First rehearsal: Wednesday 13 April 14:00-15:00 (BST)
- Audio Recording deadline: Thursday 28 April 16:00 (BST)
- Final Rehearsal and performance recording: Thursday 19 May 12:00-13.30 (BST)
- Broadcast of choir performance: World MS Day 30 May 2022!
Please note that rehearsals and choir communications will all be in English.
James Sills is going to help us reach the high (and low!) notes this year. James is a musician, vocal facilitator and author who helps people feel good through singing. He is passionate about the holistic benefits of communal singing and uses it as a vehicle to foster community, connection and wellbeing. He is the founder of The Sofa Singers, a virtual choir that brings hundreds of people together from across the world, for which James received a Points of Light Award from the UK government. We can’t wait to introduce you to him!
Entries for the Global MS Choir have now closed.
Please email [email protected] with any questions.