ANSTON MALE VOICE CHOIR
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We are a group of men who have a great deal of fun singing a variety of songs, performing concerts locally and further afield on occasions. Our objective is to bring pleasure to both ourselves and others whilst giving a helping hand to a number of charities.
CHRISTMAS CAROLS for Dinnington St. John's Community Club. WEDNESDAY 6TH DECEMBER. FREE ENTRY
The Choir will be singing some of their popular songs, Christmas songs and carols.
There will be special performances by soloist's, duo's & a quartet, as well as communal carol singing.
The event fee will be going to support Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice.
Christmas Concert with Special Guests Saturday 16th December @ 7pm
We are holding our Christmas concert this year at South Anston Methodist Church and all profits will go to the upkeep of the church.
This concert will include special guests and the choir will sing christmas songs.
Carols will be sung by the audience and choir.
There will be refreshments provided during the interval.
Tickets: Adults £7, Children £4. Phone Neil on 01909 318190, or Anne 07856 871933.
Want to join us?
We invite you to join us and experience the joy of making a much greater sound than you could possibly make on your own and meet new friends.
We practise in South Anston Methodist Church Hall every Thursday evening from 7:00 to 9:00. We are not a religious organisation, even though we practise in a church.
There is NO AUDITION, just come along and join in, YOU will know if you like it. If you find you fit in, becoming a member follows on naturally.
For further details please click here to see our leaflet.
MALE SINGERS ALWAYS WELCOME
We are always keen to expand and improve our choir.
We sing 4-part harmony and regularly need Tenors, Second Tenors, Baritone and Bass singers.
If you and our MD agree you want to join the choir, a uniform consisting of, jacket, trousers & tie will be provided as part of the £8.00 per month subscription.
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