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TENORS / BARITONES: N London Vocal Group seeks Men who love 'Man Tran'
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Lee Robinson
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Jan 17, 2008, 5:53 PM

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IF YOU'D LOVE TO SING the
HARMONIES of MANHATTAN TRANSFER. . . .


plus the songs from the best of Popular Music from

- Bert Bacharach to The Beach Boys
- Rogers and Hart to Robbie Williams
- Steven Sondheim to Steely Dan

LOOK NO FURTHER!

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TAKE TWENTY Singers is a well-established, North London-based mixed-voice, jazz harmony group / choir. We rehearse weekly and perform a wide range of popular music (a capella and accompanied) featuring jazz standards and hits, Latin, folk, cabaret and show tunes.

We are currently on the lookout for enthusiastic tenors / baritones / basses to join our male sections.

We are a friendly and lively group with a huge back repertoire of mainly original (4-8 part) arrangements and are working with an inspiring new MD with whom we've recently recorded our second CD. We aim to perform regularly throughout the year.

REHEARSALS: We meet on Thursday evenings, 7.30-9.30 at Parliament Hill School, NW5/NW3/N6/N19 area (with termly fees of c.75).

TO FIND OUT MORE: If you'd like to check us out and find out more about what we do, get in touch by ringing Lee on: 020 7263 1531 or emailing: lee@adlib-design.com or racheljoycoward@hotmail.com.

You can also visit our website at: http://www.take-twenty.co.uk

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- Interested women are welcome to respond, but there is currently a waiting list.

- We also have a great residential Musical Weekend every summer, open to outsiders. For more details please email: belinda@mageedesign.co.uk


(This post was edited by Lee Robinson on Jun 3, 2008, 3:48 PM)

 
 


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