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Tag Archives: Manchester Community Choir
I am not sure how much you can change the world for the better by singing; but certainly we know that choirs can improve the health of their members and probably their audiences too. And a choir can lend its support to people … Continue reading
Do you remember the days when libraries were havens of peace and quiet, the only sound being that of pages being turned and newspapers rustling? How things have changed – the Archives+ team at Manchester Central Library put on an … Continue reading
We really enjoyed ourselves at St Werburgh’s on Thursday 4th December, taking part in Freedom From Torture’s annual Winter Concert. We shared the bill with pianist Matt Whitham, soprano Celia McGoldrick, the Bernstein Clarinet Quintet, and The Manchester College Choir. There was a … Continue reading
Joining Manchester Community Choir doesn’t just give you the chance to sing with a big acappella choir, it also gives you the opportunity to take part in other events. For instance, on Sunday 1st March, some members of the choir … Continue reading
what a wonderful celebration… The evening began, at Union Chapel, with a dynamic warm up from our original MDs Faith Watson and Jules Gibb, who led us in singing WOYAYA and MA TE AROHA from our first CD. Carol Donaldson, … Continue reading
Saturday 7th December 2013 Wow! If you’re a choir invited to sing in the truly magnificent Rates Hall in Manchester Town Hall Extension – you jump at the chance! It’s just been restored to its 1938 glory, and, as Manchester … Continue reading