Oct 17, 2013, 3:56 PM
We're looking for people from all cultures and backgrounds who believe that wherever you're born, whatever your beliefs, whether you're a smoked salmon bagel or a chicken balti, the more we do together the more we understand and benefit from being with each other.
Launch of The Mixed Up Chorus, Kentish Town London
The Mixed Up Chorus has a lot to sing about. And it's time it got heard. This is your chance to be a founding member. There are no auditions. The desire to be part of this is the only quality you need to join. Of course, you have to love singing. (And if you have experience of singing in choirs then all the better for the person next to you).
Our repertoire will be well and truly mixed up. We'll sing music from all traditions, old music, new music, commissions, improvisations and collaborations. And we'll be led by Jeremy Haneman, conductor and director of the Royal Opera House's Community Chorus.
We'll kick things off on Tuesday 22nd October at 7pm at the offices of 3FF in Kentish Town: Star House, 104 Grafton Road, NW5 4BA. Food from 6:30. And from then on we'll be meeting every Tuesday at 7. Register your place at: www.3ff.org.uk/mixed-up-chorus or just turn up on the night.
Looking forward to seeing you soon!
(This post was edited by 3ff on Oct 17, 2013, 3:57 PM)