Music in the community: music for the community – Craigholme concert

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In keeping with our choir motto

‘music in the community, music for the community’

we are delighted to be participating in a concert

to celebrate

Craigholme School at the Heart of its Community

and the launch of the School’s ‘Heart Smart Campaign’ defibrillators,

on Wednesday 29th March at 7 pm

at Sherbrooke St Gilbert’s Church

Tickets £7

Welcome back!

music for winterDespite the cold outside, it’s lovely to be able to enjoy the warm welcome from friends as we begin our new year of music together. Choir restarts on Sunday 15th January at 7.00 pm.

We are delighted that the new year has also brought new requests for concerts, so please bring the following music:

  • ‘Love Divine All Loves Excelling’ (Goodall)
  • ‘The Lord is My Shepherd’ (Goodall)
  • ‘Rhythm of Life’
  • ‘Va Pensiero’

October 2016 Members’ Update

As the days shorten, so does the time we have to wait until what promises to be another wonderful Christmas concert on Thursday 22nd December!

The Member priority booking forms for the concert will be issued on Sunday 2nd October and can be returned, accompanied by the correct payment, on Sunday 9th and 23rd October. (Any members not attending on the 2nd who wish a form before the 9th can email the choir mailbox to receive one.) Tickets will be allocated by our ticket manager on a first come, first served basis. After the 23rd October, any additional bookings can be made through the RCS box office on an individual basis.

Dates for your diary:

16th October: No rehearsal

23rd October: Last date for members’ priority booking forms for Christmas Concert

30th October: ‘Come and bring a friend to sing’ event and social – note earlier start at 6.30

12th November: Fundraising afternoon tea. 2-4 pm

 

Session 2016-17 is starting!

Celebrate the new season!The long wait is over!

No we know there aren’t many of you returning to school…though perhaps you can now wave younger family (who have being eating you out of house and home over the summer) a fond farewell and return to some normality.

It is only 6 more sleeps until we can catch up with choir friends and swap summer flirtations with French, Spanish and Italian for a crash course in our choir language (‘laud not lord’ and lots of other rules that are mostly about no sounding of consonants in the middle of words, but lots of sounding of consonants at the beginning and end of words.)

Hoping to see you all re-tuned and raring to go on Sunday 28th August at 7.00 pm with the following in your folders:

  • Holy City
  • Mansions of the Lord
  • Wonderful world
  • Will Ye no Come Back Again.

Committee members, please note, we hope to see you at 6.15 pm.