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By Haddenham Webteam - 11th July 2018 1:00pm
'Sing in the Vale' are holding an Open Evening on Monday 16th July, 8.00 — 9.30 pm, at Dinton Primary School, HP17 8UZ
Says Jan Baker: "We're a friendly Community Choir who simply love to sing and have fun. Our Open Evening will consist of a demonstration of our warm-ups and rehearsals along with some performances of current repertoire."
"Choirs are so varied and different from each other this is a great opportunity to find out what we like to sing and how we do it. You will also have the opportunity to meet Emily our MD and chat with people over a cooling glass of Pimms and find out first hand what Sing In The Vale are all about. "
If you can't come to the open evening but are interested in joining the choir when the choir restarts on Monday 10th September. For more information, Email Emily Marshall at: email@example.com.
No auditions or experience required and you may join at any time
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