This article is more than 5 years old.


Crowd breaks out into song as Halifax pop-up choir turns two

Amateur and professional singers alike joined in on the fun

2 min read
caption Singers practice for The Big Sing on Tuesday.
Nader Nadernejad

The Big Sing, a bi-weekly, drop-in choir in Halifax, celebrated its second anniversary on Tuesday.

It was started by local musicians Jack Bennet and George Woodhouse in 2017.

Participants gather every other Tuesday at Gus’ Pub on Agricola Street. They don’t have to be able to sing to take part, as Bennet tells those who can’t sing well to sing louder.

So far, participants have covered such songs as You’re My Best Friend by Queen, Dreams by Fleetwood Mac and Shake It Off by Taylor Swift.

The Signal was there Tuesday as the group sang Home by Phillip Phillips.

Share this

About the author

Nader Nadernejad

Nader Nadernejad (born August 28, 1997) was raised in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. He is a YouTuber and Fullscreen partner, having gained viewership...

Have a story idea?