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Summer news 2012

We had a most enjoyable evening on Wednesday last, the final meeting before our summer break, singing through Hiawatha's Wedding Feast and then our Top Ten from the repertoire. Of course the evening closed with our normal BYO buffet and much socialising !

We convene again on Wednesday September 5th at 7.30 pm, when we will continue to learn the Mozart Requiem ready for February 2013, as well as rehearsing a programme of Bill's compositions for a special event on his birthday.

This Friday a small group will sing at David Scantlebury's funeral at St James in Stenner Lane. David has been a choir stalwart for many years, and his web postings, wit, humour and musical abilities will be greatly missed.

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Displayed from 19/07/2012 to 05/09/2012

Added by Steve B (Admin) on 19/07/2012 (ID: 32)


ARCHIVED ANNOUNCEMENT

Summer Term 2012

Meetings for the second half of the summer term start again on Wednesday June 13th and go through to July 18th.

We are currently learning Coleridge-Taylor's Hiawatha and will probably do a complete run through on July 18th at our last meeting before the summer break.

We are also beginning to brush up the Mozart Requiem, ready for February 2013 and will also, no doubt, be singing some lighter music from our repertoire just for our own pleasure.

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Displayed from 10/06/2012 to 30/06/2012

Added by Steve B (Admin) on 10/06/2012 (ID: 33)



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