Providing Palliative Care For Sub-Saharan Africa
Charity Number: 1024903 | Email: info@hospice-africa.org.uk

  • Big Choir Singalong

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Join us to make a worldwide choir to sing “Seeds of Hope.” To hear the backing track, click here

All we need is your voices, just record your choir and we will do the rest. Read more for easy to follow instructions

Choir Leader Peter Batley’s moving new anthem “Seeds of Hospice Hope” was very well received when it was performed in Kampala by a Hospice Africa Uganda choir.

Now, headed by Jim Bennett of Hospice Africa France, we want to mobilise as many choirs worldwide as possible to create an international “virtual choir” to join in singing this inspiring song.

So we are asking you if you can find a choir to take part in this fun project.

You can download a joining pack from our website or by using this link www.hospiceafricafrance.com/the-choir

It consists of:

  • Arrangements in either a four-part harmony or unison
  • A backing track as guidance to ensure we all sing in the same key and at the same tempo
  • Details of the technical requirements for the recording and the video.

Once your performance is recorded then your choir will need to register and send us a photo or video clip of them singing and an mp3 file of their recording to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

They will do the rest and combine all the voices and images in one super performance to go on YouTube, our website, and those of other members of the Foundation and elsewhere. Each participating choir will be asked to pay a contribution to take part (1 unit of their local currency per member of the choir e.g. £1 per member in the UK).

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