We sing with a Zing!

Lindi Louise Traies-Roffe

I joined Zingers in March 2016 after being invited by our very own Pauline Bishop.I have always enjoyed singing, around the house, in church, singing competitions  and Eisteddfods. Singing, dancing & acting have always been a big part of my life.

Now Zingers is a big part of my life. I enjoy singing with the other members of the choir & I’m proud to be helping to raise money for our charity CPSG.

Music has played a big part in my life, teaching dance fitness classes in the UK to my choice of music & teaching Belly dance for 10 years in Paphos to the appropriate  choice of music for which I had to research to fit the dances I taught.

I have been on Paphos TV & interviewed by British Forces radio & Jez on Fox FM & many more interviews.

I now devote a large part of my time to Zingers through rehearsal nights, learning new songs & performing to earn monies for our charity.

 I once auditioned for the Leeds girls school choir. I used to sing in church and at Eisteddfod. Zingers choir is now a big part of my life. It gives me a special purpose in life, singing with friends, learning new songs, and performing to raise money for a worthwhile charity, There is also the added benefit of socialising! Our rehearsals are a nice blend of fun and seriousness. Music, singing & dance have always been a large part of my life, dancing, teaching dance & choosing the music to suit the dance. I started singing when I was quite young, singing solos & duets in church, Eisteddfords & singing competitions. I once auditioned for the Leeds Girls School Choir but was told I needed singing lessons. Unfortunately my parents were not in a financial position to provide these so I sang my way through life at every opportunity. Zingers has given me the chance to realise my dreams to sing. I get a great deal of pleasure being a member of Zingers.