Monday, 12 December 2016

Christmas !

The Choir performed a 40 min programme of Christmas music at the "Extravaganza" at Manchester Central Library last Saturday. This event always starts the season off in style !

Our last meeting of 2016 will be on Wednesday 14th December when we will sing some of our favourites, hold our AGM, and have a festive snack !

We start in 2017 on Wednesday 11th January continuing to learn and rehearse the pieces we will be performing in our Annual Spring Concert on May 13th.

Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Autumn Term

With the leaves beginning to fall, the choir is busy preparing music both for Christmas and for our  concert next spring.

So far we are enjoying learning several pieces by Mendelsohn and four recently published works by Karl Jenkins.  Each meeting, we also manage to fit in several favourites from our enormous repertoire !

See a tab above for more details of our upcoming CONCERTS

See a tab above for next year's MEETING DATES

Saturday, 28 May 2016

And onwards towards Summer !

Following our Concert on May 21st at Didsbury Baptist Church, we move into our fourth half term of meetings taking us from June 8th to July 20th, seven weeks in all.

Each evening we will be singing some old favourites as well as learning some new pieces for our repertoire.

Come and join us !

Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Concert - 21st May 2016



Saturday 21st May 2016 at 7.30pm 

Songs by Arthur Sullivan

Bassoon Trio

Songs from the 1940s

£8 at the door

Spring is sprung

After our AGM at the end of December, we elected our committee for 2016, and discussed the programme for the coming year.

January, February and March would be meetings with a varied and eclectic repertoire.

April and May would concentrate on rehearsing for the concert on 21st May.

In June and July we would return to singing an assortment of music, adding the ones we like to our repertoire.

We didn't get as far as discussing what to do after the summer break !

Don't forget :

Didsbury Baptist Church. Saturday 21st May - Songs by Sullivan and Songs from the 40s