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Author Archives: Manchester Community Choir
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
Pop rock workshop February 16th 2019 Nearly forty singers from Manchester Community Choir, Open Voice, Golden Voices, Knot Another Choir, plus a dedicated couple who had travelled all the way from Knaresborough gathered at Cross Street Chapel on a fine … Continue reading
The choir is taking a seasonal break and our next rehearsal will be on Sunday January 6th from 4 to 6.30pm at Didsbury Baptist Church. This is a grand time to make a New Year’s Resolution to come and sing … Continue reading
On December 14th 2018 the bright blue skies and sunshine disputed Manchester’s reputation as a rainy city, but its reputation as a radical city of protest where we do things differently was very much reinforced by the unveiling of a … Continue reading
Central Library Winter Extravaganza 15th Dec 2018 After Friday’s unveiling of the Emmeline Pankhurst statue at which our choir sang three songs to a huge audience the question arose: would performing at the Winter Extravangza at the Central Library be … Continue reading
Unveiling of the Emmeline Pankhurst statue On Dec.14th 1918 women* were able to vote in a general election for the first time, the result of years of struggle by thousands of brave, inspiring women led by the Women’s Political … Continue reading