Priory left Spellbound

Posted by on Oct 12, 2014 in News, Performances | Comments Off on Priory left Spellbound

Priory left Spellbound

A packed Christchurch Priory, including the Mayors of Christchurch, Bournemouth and Wareham, was treated to a very special musical evening yesterday. Joining us for this event, which was staged as part of this year’s fundraising activities for the Mayor of Bournemouth’s Charities, were the very fine St John Singers from Salisbury. We had the privilege of performing with them in Salisbury and they once again gave us an extremely polished performance. We are very grateful for them for coming to Christchurch to support the event. It was also another opportunity for our Learn2Sing...

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Charity Concert in Christchurch Priory

Posted by on Sep 3, 2014 in News | Comments Off on Charity Concert in Christchurch Priory

Charity Concert in Christchurch Priory

We’re really excited to be kicking off our 2014/15 season at Christchurch Priory on 11th October. We will be performing  alongside two very special guests. The St. John Singers join us for a long awaited performance following their hosting of a concert with us in Salisbury back in March 2013. They are a superb choir and we’re really looking forward to welcoming them and enjoying their performance within such a beautiful venue. The concert will also feature Rosie Gill, Minns Young Musician of the Year 2014, a highly talented harpist, who we are absolutely delighted will be joining...

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Armistice Commemorations

Posted by on Nov 11, 2012 in Blog | Comments Off on Armistice Commemorations

Armistice Commemorations

  We were absolutely blown away by the fantastic reception we received at the Regent Centre, Christchurch on 4th November where we performed as guests of the Christchurch Band of the Royal British Legion. This Armistice concert featured a parade of WWII Veterans and local standards, readings and a patriotic finale of flag waving and singing. It was an absolute pleasure to be involved at such an event with such an enthusiastic audience and we hope to be involved again next...

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