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Choir of St. John's Cathedral, Salford

Choir: Choir of St. John's Cathedral, Salford
Performing in/around: Manchester
Based in : Salford
Conductor: Martin Barry
Type of choir: cathedral choir
Number of Members: 24
Description: 24-voice mixed adult choir, with eclectic repertoire from high choral to inclusive liturgical. Weekly sung Mass, plus other feasts and major events.
New members welcome: Yes
Audition required: Yes
Information for prospective new members: Vacancies for committed and versatile volunteer singers (SATB). The commitment required is to attend 2/3 of Wednesday evening rehearsals and Sunday Masses. Come and give us a try!
Main Rehearsal Day: Wednesday
Rehearsal Time: 7.30 pm
Choir Website: http://www.salforddiocese.org.uk/cathedral/choir
Contact: Send a message to this choir
These details last updated: 25-Sep-2013 by MB

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