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We are planning to host a singing workshop in our community centre and would like to distribute fliers to your members, if some may be interested to attend the event.
Could you give me your address please
Merkinch Communtiy Centre
Posted by Elsie Normington on 28 February 2018
If you look on our homepage you'll see contact details for the choir committee members. Just contact any one of us and we'll arrange to get either electronic or paper copies of the fliers for distribution.
Hope your workshop is a great success.
Posted by Paul on 06 March 2018
Hi, my son and I are interested in joining. I have sung with choral societies in the past although not in a long time. Cal my son took part in the Cromarty youth opera this year and really enjoyed it. We wondered if there was a joining process and also what night you met. Regards Ellen
Posted by Ellen on 03 January 2017
We would be delighted to have you along. The joining process is very simple. Come along, say hello, and sing!
Our first rehearsal is on Thursday the 12th of January at the rear hall of the Church of Scotland on Castle Street, Dingwall.
If you would like me to do a voice placing check to help you decide which part to sing I am more than happy to do that, but if you already know which part you are comfortable with then I will point you in the right direction.
The choir are a very friendly bunch and we always look forward to meeting new people.
I always try and get along to Edward's youth opera. Alas I couldn't make it this year.
Hope to see you on the 12th.
Posted by John Thomson on 03 January 2017
Christmas Concert, 3 December 2016
A big thank you to the singers and their conductor for yesterday's concert. The singers were in good voice and Messrs Haydn and Vivaldi would have been pleased to hear their music presented in such a convincing way. The "Christmas Carol" half of the concert was a really good rendition of some all-time favourites and the audience were only too willing to join in when invited. Especially the ingenious illustrations to "The Twelve Days of Christmas" drew many a chuckle from the delighted audience.
A lovely evening all round!
Posted by Christine MacKintosh on 04 December 2016
Hello, I am interested in joining. Could you let me know how to go about this? I have sang in various choirs and choral groups, but not for some years.
Posted by Andrea Kirkland on 05 August 2014
There is no formal joining process, you can just come along and sing; we would be delighted to see you there.
Our first rehearsal of this term is on August 21st in the rear hall of the Church of Scotland on Castle street in Dingwall.
There are no auditions although should you wish I will happily listen to you sing and suggest a voice part if you are not sure where you should be.
If you need any more information please send me an email at email@example.com
Looking forward to meeting you,
Posted by John Thomson on 05 August 2014
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I see there are three editions of the Vocal Score available through ChoraLine. A new Novello Edition, a Peters Edition and a Barenreiter Edition. Do you know which we will be using in the Autumn? The Novello is the cheapest to buy, less than £10.
I would like to study the score in advance.
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I believe we will be using the Novello scores. My own score is certainly novello, so we can keep everybody else right!
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