Orange Box Choir

Orange Box Choir began in 2017 as a singing for wellbeing group. Orange Box Choir is a platform for young people and young adults to take part, have fun, make friends and inspire others by sharing their voices. It is an inclusive community choir for young people and young adults (age 13 to 25) of all abilities/needs. It is a safe welcoming environment where young people are able to express themselves musically and are given the necessary support to build their confidence.

We believe art is for everyone, regardless of perceived ‘talent’ or skill, and feel everyone has something to give and gain from taking part.

Participants have performed at numerous local events and charity fundraisers, such as KACCL’s annual fundraiser, Calderdale Pride, Overgate Hospice and the CFFC Community Spirit Awards. They also featured in Mind The Gap’s production of Zara in The Piece Hall in 2019.

What participants have said about Orange Box Choir:

“Ever since I joined choir it’s made me have a different outlook on life.”

“I come to choir because I’ve got loads of friends and I love singing and meeting lots of new people.”

“I go to Orange Box Choir because I like to see my friends and it builds up my confidence.”

“I like orange box because music is therapeutic. You get to go out into performances into the real world.”

Interested in joining? Places are limited, so please contacted us to check availability first. We will support you to attend a taster session, so you can see if it is right for you. Parents and carers are also welcome. Please email Jamie via

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Hear from the choir members: