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“A Day in May” … Cambridge’s first festival for local acappella groups

We have some places available for a fabulous one-off singing opportunity on Saturday 13 May 2017 in Cambridge.

If you fancy …

  • learning some luscious songs over 5 sessions as part of Good Vibrations community choir – from 20 March – for a 15-min daytime performance at A Day in May … Cambridge’s first mini-festival for local acappella groups
  • Taking part in workshops on the day, led by 3 experienced leaders on the day – singing in the company of up to 100 others, including 3 local acappella community choirs. Everything will be taught by ear so no need to read music!

What else do you need to know?

We will have 5 rehearsal sessions on MONDAY evenings 7.45-9.45 pm

Venue: St Martin’s Church, Suez Road CB1 3QD

Dates:  March 20, 27,  April  3, 24  and  May   8

PLUS Saturday 13 May (9.30-5.00) for A Day in May

at St Phillips Church, Mill Road CB1 3AN

  • The practice sessions will focus on songs for the mini-performance slot, building confidence and performing as a group – in a relaxed, fun and friendly atmosphere. NO auditions, everything taught by ear. Practice sound-files will also be available.
  • Cost: £60 – including ticket entry for A Day in May

Reduced rates available on request if the cost would otherwise prevent you from taking part.

Limited tickets (£15) for A Day in May – for those who want to come to the mini-festival on Saturday 13 May, without performing – will be available after 20 March (£15)

To book your place, or to find out more – contact Sue Parlby

Email: sueparlby1 @ gmail.com

 We look forward to hearing from you and singing with you!

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