The International Women’s Choir of The Hague
Luscinia is an open and friendly women’s choir made up of women who share a love of singing.
Our numbers are relatively small (around 25-30 members), but our backgrounds are quite varied nonetheless. Our singers come from all over the world. Think the British Isles, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Finland and Asia.
We rehearse every Monday evening from 7:30 – 9:30 PM in the American Women’s Club of the Hague, Johan van Oldenbarneveltaan 43, 2581 NJ The Hague – Statenkwartier.
Interested? We are a small choir and at the moment we are at full capacity. However, if you want to put your name on the waiting list, please contact us!
The preparations for our annual concert for our nearest and dearest are in full progress. If you're lucky enough to be invited, you’ll not only hear a sample of our singing, but you will also be treated to tasty bites from our countries of origin. Yumm! After the...
Want to know who we are? Check out our latest pics in Picasa. This album isn't complete yet and will be updated regularly to give you the full picture of our choir. Luscinia members September 2012
Yes, we're ready for our first concert with Rik at the helm. We'll be singing at Zorggoep Bosch en Duin in Scheveningen on May 24th. Really looking forward to it. We are going to give our audience a night to remember with great music.
We are singing at the upcoming 'Koorsandwich' on Saturday October 1st. You are more than welcome to join us, while enjoying your lunch. The other parts of the ' Sandwich' consist of the Hofstad Zangers and Operette Choir Odes. Date/time: 1 October, 12:30 pm....
We zijn er... tonight's the night! Invitations have been sent out, food has been purchased, volunteers are ready to jump in at the bar and at the door... all that's missing is a little warm up before the concert begins at 8 and - of course - for all our friends and...
14th February falls on a Monday this year and members of the Basta bar (where we practice) are holding a Valentine's dinner. To say thank you for allowing us to use the venue free of charge, we shall be serenading them with a song or two during their dinner.