Merry Christmas with Manchester Community Choir!

Merry Christmas with Manchester Community Choir!

This year (2014) we’ve bagged a bucketful of brilliant bookings, where we’ll be performing our unique repertoire of seasonal songs – no carols, but loads of good cheer!

First up, in aid of the Freedom from Torture charity.FFT

Winter Concert
St. Werburgh’s Church, Wilbraham Road Chorlton
Thursday 4 December 2014, 7.30pm
£5 pay on the door or buy tickets now at http://www.freedomfromtorture.org/events/6820
An evening of Classical music, blues, show tunes, and world music, as well as a few Christmas tunes for good cheer!
On the bill with Manchester Community Choir are Manchester College Choir, Bernstein Clarinet Quintet, Matt Whitham (solo piano) and
Celia McGoldrick (soprano)
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Next, a gig at the fantastic Manchester Central Library!


Crafts and Choirs Celebration
Manchester Central Library,
St Peter’s Square
Saturday December 13th 2014
MCC singing at 1 pm and 1.40pm
Free entry.
More details of the event as we get them

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And last – but definitely not least – we’re taking part in the

Winter Festival in Heaton Park
Singing in The Music Room, Heaton Hall
(It’s a Grade I listed, neoclassical 18th-century country house, by the way)

Saturday 20th December 2014
MCC singing twice between 11am & 4pm

Exact times and more details as we get ‘em.

About Manchester Community Choir

Manchester Community Choir exists to bring together and to encourage people from all sections of the community to sing together and share the joy of song.
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