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Tattenhall Singers: December 2019
Tattenhall Singers will be cheering one and all on Tuesday 10 December when they hold their Christmas concert in the Barbour Institute. There'll be lashings of mulled wine and mince pies, all included in the ticket price of £7.50.
It starts at 8.00pm, but doors open at 7.30. Tickets are available on the door or can be reserved in advance by phoning 01829 770 386. As usual there will be a good mix of traditional carols, plus some that may not be so familiar, all led by our excellent Musical Director, Georgina West.
This year, the Singers are delighted to be joined by the Deva Flute Ensemble, a small group of flautists based in Chester, who will be playing with the choir and doing some well-known pieces on their own. You can find out a bit more about them on their Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/chesterflutechoir/.
And in other Singers' news, we'll also be singing at the St Albans Nine Lessons & Carols Service in the church on Sunday 22nd December, when everyone is invited to come along and have a really good sing out of all their favourite carols at 6.00pm. What a great way to kick off the Christmas season! For anyone who fancies supporting the choir on the 22nd there is a public rehearsal on Tuesday 17th December at 7.30pm in the church. Everyone is invited to come along and practice with us the carols we'll be singing on the night, to give everyone a bit more confidence to sing out. Hope to see you there!
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