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Voices In Common Exeter Folk Choir

By WrenMusic  |  Posted: December 13, 2012

Date:
Wednesday, January 09, 2013
Repeats:
Every Week until Wednesday, February 06, 2013
Location:
EX4 7HZ
Details:
You can sing! Come and join the fun singing group for people of all ages (over 16 years old) - now in its twentieth year. All voices and all abilities are welcome, there are no auditions - and it's not a competition! Our weekly workshops focus on traditional, world and roots songs, as well as newly written pieces, all of which are learned primarily by ear. We have performed at major folk festivals such as Sidmouth FolkWeek, as well as touring to Scotland, Germany and Hungary, and we perform at community events and concerts throughout the year. Voices In Common is a community singing project from Devon's folk arts charity Wren Music, and is led by professional folk singer and musician Matt Norman.

The choir meets on Wednesday evenings during term-time, 7.00 - 9.00pm, at Pinhoe Road Baptist Church Hall, 157-165 Pinhoe Road, Exeter EX4 7HZ (but please note that it's not a church choir).

Dates for the term are Wednesdays January 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th, February 6th and 27th, Mar 6th, 13th, 20t and 27th. New members are welcome to join at any time - why not come along and try it out?

Fees for the 10 week term are £70 full / £48 concessions; or 5 week half-term £35 full / £24 concs; or per session £9.00 / £6.00 concs. Concessions are available for people in receipt of income-related benefit and those in full-time education - please bring proof of status.

For further information please call Wren Music on 01837 53754.
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