Hear our choirs at the Bedford River Festival

16/07/2014

 

Hear our choirs at the Bedford River Festival

16/07/2014

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Bedford Arts Choir and Pulse Choir will be performing this weekend at Bedford River Festival.

  • The Pulse choir for Bedford has been commissioned by the South Essex Partnership Trust (SEPT) and is for local mental health service users, their carers, and staff at the service. They will be giving their premier performance on the Community Stage at 1.30pm on Sunday 20th July.
  • Bedford Arts Choir have collaborated with local songwriters to create new arrangements of traditional Bedfordshire folksongs which they will be singing along with the songwriter’s own contemporary works on the Main Stage at 2pm on Saturday 19th July.

 

 

Bedford Arts Choir will begin rehearsals for their remembrance concert ‘What Then Is war’ after the summer break.
No experience necessary.
No auditions. Just turn up.
Rehearsals are every Tuesday evening,
7.30 – 9.30pm, Park Rd Methodist Church,
Bedford.
£3 per session.
Contact rogeri@bedfordcreativearts.org.uk for more information.

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