The Candy Palmater Show

Pitch (Im)perfect: Why one man decided to start a choir for bad singers

For Yusuf Osman, it's about seizing the day.
The choir singers at the launch. (Facebook/Pitch Imperfect Singers)

Yusuf Osman felt that something was missing from his life, something which would allow him to express his creative side.

He has always loved singing, but never felt like he was good enough to join a choir. So he decided to create his own, called Pitch Imperfect, a choir for people who can't sing. The choir's repertoire is defined as everything that "you can belt out without feeling judged or put on the spot performing."

Yusuf shares the story of what started as a project for himself and his family, and has grown into a big community that brings together people of all walks of life.