Travels with Song

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Camerata Singers are delighted to be returning to St Botolph’s Church in Culpho for their Summer concert “Travels with Song” on 24 June 2017. Featuring a collection of familiar and less-known songs, from different countries around the World.

Come and meet the choir before the concert for some light refreshments, potentially outside if the weather allows! We look forward to meeting you at Culpho.

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New term starts Jan 11th

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Camerata Singers start up rehearsals again this coming Wednesday, 11th January, 7.30pm at St Helen’s School. We’ll be looking forward to catching up after the Christmas break, and hopefully welcoming some new members to the choir.

New members are always welcome – please get in touch if you would like to come along and meet us at a rehearsal.

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Christmas Fanfare

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Come along To St Helens School and join us for an evening of festive entertainment. We’re hosting our Christmas event on Wednesday 14 December, 7.30pm – everybody welcome. Admission is £5 and includes refreshments.

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Calling potential new members

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Rehearsals for the new term start on 2 September and we always welcome new members, in particular we need more men to join. Camerata Singers is a friendly, enthusiastic choir and is open to everyone, regardless of musical ability. Our aim is to encourage people to enjoy singing together as a choir

During rehearsals, members get help with their singing technique and how to interpret the music. There is no requirement to be able to read music, just a willingness to want to learn how to sing in a choir. Everyone is worried initially as to whether they will be good enough to join in. That is why rehearsals are relaxed and informal to help new members become part of the group.

Camerata Singers meet Wednesdays from 7:30pm at St. Helen’s School, Woodbridge Road, Ipswich IP4 2LT. New members always welcome, come to a rehearsal or call 01473 431873 or email for more information.