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LyricTenor
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Jan 14, 2005, 2:00 AM

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Christopher Carroll - Tenor

Royal Northern College of Music trained lyric tenor available for Choral Society concert work.

Christopher has an extensive concert and oratorio repertoire and is in increasing demand on the concert platform. He performs regularly throughout the U.K. and has appeared at several leading venues with several leading orchestras, these include; Liverpoolís Royal Philharmonic Hall with the Northern Chamber Orchestra, Mozart Requiem and Coronation Mass with Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra as part of the Colston Hall International Series and Handelís Messiah under the baton of David Hill.

If you would like to book Christopher for one of your concerts, you can contact him on the following:

E-mail: carrollchristopher@hotmail.com

Tel: 02920 844 191

Mob: 0771 811 6842


Tim
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Jan 15, 2005, 6:57 AM

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Christopher,

It was a bit excessive to post this notice in 5 forums. You must be desperate for work! I've removed the duplicates.

Tim

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LyricTenor
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Jan 15, 2005, 12:48 PM

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Hi Tim,

Got a bit excited when I saw the website and got carried away, didn't think that it would look like I was desperate for work!! (for the record have quite a bit of work) Thanks for editing.

Cheers,

Chris


(This post was edited by LyricTenor on Jan 15, 2005, 12:50 PM)

 
 


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