Details for the new term

If you are interested in joining us next term to sing Verdi’s Requiem, here is what you need to know.
Rehearsals start on the Monday 1st September
Time 8pm – but come earlier for registration please
Registration forms will be available for filling in prior to the 1st on the web site or via e mail ( about a week before hand)
Location – Broomwood Methodist Hall, Kyrle Road, Clapham – off Broomwood Road, nearest tube Clapham South
Costs – £100 per term which includes your music, 2 tickets to the concert for your family or friends, loan of rehearsal CD’s, part and main rehearsals. If you already have the music that can be deducted. ( We are using the Novello ed)Payment is by cheque or cash only – no cards.
Registration is open for the first three weeks of the rehearsal season.
Attendance of the last two Monday rehearsals and the Saturday rehearsal on concert day are mandatory.
The concert is on Saturday 29th November
We are an open choir with no auditions. Within each part is a mentor whose duty is to help you in any musical way they can. Do ask for help if you feel overwhelmed – especially at the beginning! We do not give concessionary rates but will help with the fees if you are in financial difficulty. Please just have a quiet word with anyone from the committee on the desk at the door of the rehearsal hall when you sign up.
We are very excited about singing this fantastic piece of music and looking forward to having lots of new members to sing with us. Don’t be shy! Join us on the 1st and you will start a love that will last for ever!

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