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Posted on September 17 2012 at 2:28:24

Arrow Vale choir

Autumn is traditionally a time when people start wondering what to do with their evenings, particularly with the nights drawing in.

Arrow Vale Singers, the popular Redditch choir based in Batchley, are hoping to provide a solution by encouraging local people to take up a new hobby – or perhaps return to an old one.

Under the dynamic tutorship of new Musical Director, David Wynne MMus, Arrow Vale Singers are inviting new members to join them in tackling a diverse range of musical styles, including new choral, West End and classic pop pieces, for an exciting programme of concerts in the run-up to Christmas.

These include a fund-raiser to round off Crabbs Cross Methodist Church’s bicentennial celebrations this month, and their own festive-flavoured Annual Concert in November. 

 The choir membership covers a wide local area. They would love to welcome both ladies and men, of all ages and abilities, to come along to their relaxed and sociable rehearsals and enjoy learning a new skill, as well as making new friends.

Chairman Louise Carr says, “You don’t have to be able to read music, or have any prior training – if you can sing in tune and enjoy meeting like-minded people, you will fit right in!”

 Arrow Vale Singers meet in Batchley Community Centre, Cherry Tree Walk, Redditch every Wednesday from 8-10pm, and are particularly keen to welcome singers aged 20-50, and men to swell the tenor and bass ranks.

More details can be found on, via email from .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or by phoning 07718 113086.

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