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The Phoenix Singers, Somerset

Choir: The Phoenix Singers, Somerset
Performing in/around: Taunton
Conductor: David Bridges
Type of choir: mixed voice choir
Number of Members: 30
Description: A small mixed voice group founded in 1971. It sings music in a wide range of styles - Gregorian chant to Messiaen, and early French madrigals to arrangements of Gershwin and Lennon-McCartney.
Available to sing at weddings and conferences: Yes
New members welcome: Yes
Audition required: Yes
Information for prospective new members: The choir (a registered charity) meets at St Johnís Church, Staplegrove, Taunton and prospective members are always welcome to join a friendly group who take their music seriously.
Main Rehearsal Day: Tuesday
Rehearsal Time: 7.30 p.m
Choir Website: http://thephoenixsingers.co.uk
Contact: Send a message to this choir
These details last updated: 09-Feb-2020 by AH

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