Originally posted by Happyholidayer
When I did the November round trip. I was disappointed I didn't join the choir. The choir sang in the grand lobby and it was quite tremendous. l was very surprised how many people had taken part. Even the on board singers commented how amazing. I will certainly make sure I participate next time.
Joining the choir is often quite a time commitment - but it is also tremendous fun! I have joined the QM2 choir for the National Symphony Orchestra crossing, which was absolutely brilliant. Imagine singing Jerusalem on stage with the orchestra, it was a blast! I also joined the choir on QV and we did our concert in the queens Room, another great experience. I met some great other people in the choirs, and besides, singing is my kind of level of commitment to exercise. Do make sure you participate next trip!
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