Aspiring singers could end up in the Royal Albert Hall
HAMPSTEAD S aspiring singers are being asked to join a South End Green choir which will perform at the Royal Albert Hall in November this year. Ivor Setterfield, the man who transformed 40 residents of an Oxford housing estate into a sweet-sounding choir
HAMPSTEAD'S aspiring singers are being asked to join a South End Green choir which will perform at the Royal Albert Hall in November this year.
Ivor Setterfield, the man who transformed 40 residents of an Oxford housing estate into a sweet-sounding choir, is looking for members for a new local adult group.
The musician's links to the area come from the South End Green Association, which organised a recording space for his group's CD to be released later this month in All Hallows Church, Savernake Road.
The Association is thanked on the front of the CD, being released later this month.
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Those wishing to take part in the choir can contact chairwoman of the South End Green Association Pam Gilby on 020-7485 6990 or email email@example.com
Donations of around £10 will be expected from those taking part.
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The first workshop will be on Saturday July 19 in Gospel Oak Methodist Church.