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Author Archives: Manchester Community Choir
The choir’s final performance of the year was a festive and very apposite one at Manchester Central Library’s annual Christmas Extravaganza. As ever we were very well looked after by the library staff, who provided us with hot drinks and … Continue reading
By William West and Rose Hodgson When Shelter was founded in 1966 in order to campaign to end homelessness and bad housing in England and Scotland perhaps no-one could have guessed how much more it would be still needed some … Continue reading
Written by Julie Batten As a choir we have had the privilege of singing in many historic and atmospheric venues – the wonderful Victoria Baths in Manchester, the ruins of a castle in Aberystwyth, a cave in Kendal. On Saturday … Continue reading
Singing at the Stockport Fair Trade Fair has become one of the choir’s regular performances at the start of the festive season in late November. It was also our second public performance with our new choir director Rose Hodgson, who … Continue reading
Singing in front of family and friends should be a piece of cake and it was … literally! Our Winter Concert at Didsbury Baptist Church on Sunday 17th November featured some excellent homemade cakes on sale, to support the Choir … Continue reading
Tudor Owen writes about Friday July 12th, the opening day of the Manchester Streetchoirs Festival Let’s start where it all got sorted, on the shop floor. The registration process on Friday afternoon was quiet, efficient, quick – and friendly, the … Continue reading
Manchester is currently marking the 200 anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre. This was violent attack on over 60,000 peaceful pro-democracy and anti-poverty protesters with 18 killed and hundreds injured. As part of a number of events the Art Gallery has … Continue reading
This was the choir’s first outdoor event since the unveiling of the Pankhurst statue just before Christmas before a massive crowd. In contrast our first set at the Manchester Marathon, admittedly at 10.20am on a coolish Sunday morning, attracted a … Continue reading
An audience of all ages turned up on Mothering Sunday at Didsbury Baptist Church for MCC’s 20th birthday celebration concert, including founding directors Faith and Jules, and many former choir members. Meanwhile current members had been busy in their kitchens … Continue reading