The Alresford Community Choir was founded by Keith Clark in January 2012, with the generous support of Hampshire Music Service, ensuring that we have had initial funding for our Director, Accompanist and music hire, and motivation for more than 120 members to come together to enjoy singing. Hampshire Music Service is funding and organising our first performance, in Winchester Cathedral, alongside our singers and groups.
After the success of our first joint venture in Winchester Cathedral in March 2012 we prepared for two more performances of Zimbe!
In June and July we performed two concerts in St John's Church, Alresford and were joined by the Hampshire County Youth Choir and the Hampshire County Children's Choir. The first half of each concert consisted of individual items by each of the choirs and in the second half we performed Zimbe! This rounded off, in spectacular style, our first six months.
All of us have the capacity to improve.
Our Director is often telling members that they have everything that they need to become great singers. In the future, we will continue to challenge members to develop individually, as well as within the choir.
This is what we mean by our Voice Academy.
If you have any ideas to help us in this task, don't be shy, please let us know!
Our next rehearsals:
25th June 2018
7pm Sops and Altos
7:30 - 9:30pm
2nd July 2018
7pm Tenors and Basses
7:30 - 9:30pm
All Monday evening rehearsals are held in
St John's Church
Alresford Community Choir
7 Spring Way
Tel: 01962 734858
We have now enjoyed many concerts, since our first practice session in January 2012. We have been incredibly busy and have maintained a very healthy membership of more than 120 singers.
At the beginning of each term is the best time to join the choir...but do not hesitate to come along at any time and let us know that you are interested. Or you can contact us via this link below:
and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
We will be delighted to meet you and will give you a very warm welcome!
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