Grove Singers in Concert

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The Grove Singers are in Concert at Audlem Methodist Church November 17th at 7.30pm

The Grove Singers are a mixed voice community choir based in Crewe.The choir started as a 10 week " come along and sing" course but are still going more than 20 years later.

Grove Singers

They sing a mixed acapella repertoire including music from 16th century ,part songs, folk songs, modern arrangements and a variety of world music., with an aim to appeal to all tastes.

Grove Singers

Whenever possible the concerts are given to raise money for local charities and good causes and also to act as a platform for young musicians to perform as soloists.

Tickets are £7 and can be obtained from Julia Parton on 01270 811761

Everyone welcome.

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