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Welcome to our website - we hope you enjoy finding out more about Bella Acappella and that you'll check back regularly to find out what we are up to and where you can hear us perform.

Based in the beautiful south Shropshire market town of Ludlow, Bella Acappella is a remarkable group of women who gather together to sing in close four-part harmony. We can be heard all year round, singing for civic and charitable organisations, private groups, community events and fundraisers.

Please feel free to explore our website to find out more about the chorus, hear us in action or to book us today.

For all bookings and enquiries, please call 01584 873999 or send us a message via our 'Get in Touch' page. We'd love to hear from you!


How to find us: 

LOVE TO SING?

We're currently looking for a number of extra ladies to join Bella Acappella! 

Please get in touch if you think you might be able to sing either a Bass (low) or Tenor (high) part. No experience is necessary but if you can hold a tune and would like to join us, we have great fun and meet every Thursday to rehearse. We look forward to hearing from you!

To find out more, please contact our MD, Amy, by emailing her here.

Ludlow Choirs join forces to raise funds

for Shropshire NHS Campaign


Bella Acappella were proud to perform last night at The Brewery in Ludlow alongside four other local choirs in a bid to help defend Shropshire's NHS.

A mixed repertoire was enjoyed by the capacity crowd who also enjoyed listing to Ludlow Male Voice Choir, St Lawrence's Church Choir, the Ludlow Larks and the Edge Chamber Choir.

A great night for a very good cause!

It's official - singing makes you happpy!

A recent Daily Mail article reported that:

"People who sing with others are happier with their lives than those who simply sing around the house."

Choir members are also more satisfied with their lot than people who play team sports.

The findings suggest that there is something special about being in a choir, over and above benefits of singing and taking part in a group activity.

The results will be little surprise to views of the hit BBC2 series The Choir, in which choirmaster Gareth Malone uses the power of song to spark friendships, unite workplaces and make people happier. In the study, Oxford Brookes University psychologist Nick Stewart quizzed 375 men and women about their psychological wellbeing.

Some sang in choirs, others sang alone or played team sports.

All three reported high levels of wellbeing but the choristers were clearly ahead.The findings suggest that there is something special about being in a choir, over and above benefits of singing and taking part in a group activity.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2518487/Want-make-heart-sing-Join-choir-emotional-finely-tuned.html#ixzz2uuSrfU7x 


Shows including Gareth Malone's The Choir: Sing While You Work have helped boost the popularity of group singing Photo: BBC