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Author Archives: Manchester Community Choir
18 singers from Bristol Gasworks Singers came to Manchester this weekend (24/25 March) for two days of singing, mutual learning and other larks with Manchester Community Choir. A group of our singers had thoroughly enjoyed a visit hosted by them … Continue reading
Last Saturday, the 16th of December, the choir did its final gig of 2017 in Manchester Central Library which is a stunning building both inside and out. You might think it a curious setting for our choir – though the … Continue reading
The Christmas season is upon us with a vengeance and the choir is in the thick of its busiest time of the year. Our gig at the Stockport Fairtrade Fair last Saturday was a delight for us – as we … Continue reading
Singing in the marvellous Victoria Baths in Manchester is one of the choir’s regular pre Christmas gigs. Only, this year we were joined in the deep end of the empty pool by the Heaton Youth Choir. There were only 5 … Continue reading
The International Eisteddfod is an extraordinary culture event. At one level it feels like a local Llangollen community do but on another level there are also amazing singers, dancers, drummers from all over the world. Our first time at the … Continue reading
We took up our position in front of a choir from China, who said “do you know Tudor Owen?” and behind an Bhangra dance group. The Indians were so colourful and loud they attracted the attention of the public who … Continue reading
Excitement mounted as we lined up between China and Estonia with our banner in the Eisteddfod Pavilion. The evening began with a celebration of 70th anniversary of the International Eisteddfod, set up to promote peace through music. Following a story by … Continue reading
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I did wonder whether the choir should be performing at all just 3 days after the dreadful Manchester bombing. However, Liz Powers our choir director suggested that we change the order of our set to start with Durme the Jewish … Continue reading