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Caernarfon tour: choir in media storm

MAY 27: The Welsh media are falling over themselves to cover our impending tour to Caernarfon.  Welsh-speaking tenor Ernest Williams has already been interviewed by Welsh radio, and S4C – the Channel 4 Welsh-language service – plans to cover the choir’s lunch-time appearance at Chester Cathedral on 29 May when it sings there en route to Caernarfon.

Ernest Williams: "Why did you leave Wales?"

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Celeb thesp loves choir

MARCH 17: The eminent actor Julian Glover was “seriously impressed” by the Croydon choir’s performance at Alleyn’s School on Saturday March 7.

Glover: "seriously impressed"

Julian, who is currently appearing in the HBO hit series Game of Thrones, offered his praise during the interval to choir baritone Roger Parkinson, who organised the concert.

 

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Flute treat ahead

JANUARY 21: Darren Wilkins will be treating the audience at the choir’s next concert to a performance of his flute. Darren, a top tenor and CMVC assistant musical director, will play between the two sets of the choir’s songs in each half of the concert at St John’s,  Shirley, on Saturday February 7.

Darren practises on his flute at Sandilands

 

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Welcome Fran!

APRIL 23: The choir has a new accompanist.  Frances Ringer, who joins the choir next week, grew up in Woodbridge Suffolk and studied music at Bath Spa University, where she was heavily involved in the musical theatre and opera departments.

Frances: joins choir next week

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Choir lights the home fires

FEBRUARY 10: The Croydon choir premiered its First World War medley at its concert at St John’s Shirley on Saturday February 7.

Novello's 1914 song - poignant end

The medley, arranged by musical director Richard Hoyle, contains seven songs that were written or became popular during the First World War. The last piece in the medley is Keep the Home Fires Burning, written by Ivor Novello in 1914.

 

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Choir sings for charities

JANUARY 15: The Croydon choir’s activities over the Christmas and New Year have benefited a wide range of local and national charities, from the British Heart Foundation to Demelza, the children’s hospice charity.

Choir chair Kim Ormond presents £460 cheque for Demelza

 

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