Choral society set for new singing season
PUBLISHED: 12:29 03 September 2008 | UPDATED: 22:17 15 June 2010
The arrival of September means that the members of Seaton Choral Society will be getting their voices in trim again for the new season.
The arrival of September means that the members of Seaton Choral Society will be getting their voices in trim again for the new season. Rehearsals start on Wednesday, September 3, (this evening), at 7.30pm, in Seaton Methodist Church Hall. As usual the society will be looking to attract new members to their ranks. All aspiring singers - sopranos, altos, tenors or basses - whether experienced, or not, will be welcome to go along and meet conductor Leslie Baker and the members of the choir.
Singing in a choir can be a rewarding experience and a way of making new friends, and the first offering of the season will be a familiar one which should prove attractive to new members. Handel's ever popular Messiah is to be sung at Beer Parish Church on Sunday, December 7, at 4pm.
As a preliminary to this performance the society is offering a training day on the Messiah with Mark Deller, on Saturday, October 4, between 10am and 4 pm.
This will be open to singers generally at a charge of £10, and will take place at Seaton Methodist Church Hall.
All enquiries should be addressed to Nicholas Arrow, on (01297) 552482.
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