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For Term dates and Fees please see CHOIR DETAILS subheading Term Dates & Fees
Fees vary slightly depending on the length of the term and are payable at the start of each term by cheque or Bankers Order. Fees are always accurately updated on this website.
To contact us please see Contact Us.
We are an amateur community choir for adults and based at
Storey's Field Centre, Eddington Avenue CB3 1AA. We meet on Mondays in school term time from 19.00 to 21.00.
(We were formerly at Castle Street Methodist Church.)
Parking see FAQS
The map for the new venue is shown below. To plan your route to this new site click Directions on this interactive map below.
As well as being able to park at the school in Eddington, the Madingley Road P & R site is also accessible and should you wish to use public transport the Whippet U bus service now runs until 9.30pm from right outside Storeys Field. http://www.go-whippet.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/U-timetable-both-directions-A4-size.pdf
Our Musical Director Bridget Hardy is an experienced, professional mezzo-soprano that teaches from both sheet music and by ear. The final hour of the session experienced musician Colin Hazel accompanies us on the piano.
We have a wide-ranging repertoire, including classical, baroque, folk, musical theatre and pop. We sing in a mixture of male and female voices, predominantly in two-, three- and sometimes four-part harmony. There are no auditions to join the choir.
We put on a concert after two terms of rehearsing.
Fees vary slightly depending on the length of the term and are payable at the start of each term by cheque or Bankers Order. (We do not handle cash.) Fees are always accurately updated on this website, see CHOIR DETAILS subheading Term Dates & Fees.
Members’ fees cover the hire of premises, the purchasing of sheet music, occasional workshop for the members, insurance and the fees to pay our professional Musical Director and Accompanist, a small number of midi files and occasionally for a professional arrangement of a piece for the choir.