Looking for singers, particularly tenors and basses

Holly Marland a local composer/musician is looking for singers, especially tenors and basses, to volunteer their time to take part in the performance of “So Many Beauties”, an oratorio written with people with dementia, celebrating creativity. This is at Manchester Cathedral at 7pm on Thursday 6 April 2017.

You can click here  adages-info-for-singers to obtain information about the project and about timings for rehearsals etc. We may be able to help towards travel expenses if this would enable you to participate. It would be helpful if you were able to make both rehearsals but we may still be able to accommodate people if not.

If you are interested in helping out, it would be useful if you could cut and paste answers to the following questions into an email to hollymarlandmusic@gmail.com as soon as possible.

Voice part:

What choir(s) do you sing in already?

Can you attend Sunday 2 April rehearsal at RNCM 2pm – 5pm? If only part of it, let us know what time:

Can you attend Thursday 6 April rehearsal at Manchester Cathedral 2pm – 4pm?

If not, what time would you be able to get to the cathedral on Thursday 6 April approx?

Contact telephone number:

Do you have any dietary or access requirements?

Postal address for the score:

Holly will be providing a printed score for all participants but will also be emailing round PDF’s and audio in the next few weeks so you can start to learn your parts. If you are unable to access online audio resources via Dropbox or Soundcloud, please let Holly know so she can post you a CD.

Hopefully this will be a lovely experience for everyone involved!

If you can possibly encourage other singing chums to get involved (particularly tenors and basses), that would also be appreciated and do feel free to send the e-flyer round to your friends and colleagues! Thanks in advance for your consideration.



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