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Christmas Concert 2014. Photo: Brian Gleeson, Darlington & Stockton
Gems Through the Ages
the 17th century to the 21st
the Renaissance to the Present Day.
singers are always welcome
Society is always open to receiving new members. There are
no initial auditions, but the ability of new members to blend
with the choir will be reviewed by the conductor after a few
annual subscription is payable to meet the running costs of
the society. Members are asked to complete a Gift Declaration
form, where appropriate, so that the society can claim back
the tax that they (or their spouse or parents) have paid on
Form | Gift
Choral Society is a mixed voice choir
(Sopranos, Altos, Tenors and Basses).
declared objectives of the society are to educate the public in
the arts and sciences, and in particular the art and science of
music, in the presentation of concerts and other activities.
Registered Charity No. 508845
The Society usually performs three concerts a year. High quality
soloists and / or instrumentalist are engaged for the performances
- using local talent, wherever possible. Normally two of the concerts
are performed in the Parish Church of St Nicholas, and the Christmas
Concert in the Guisborough Methodist Church.
Choral Society in concert at St Nicholas Parish Church (27th
April 2013) [photo:Ian Robinson]
choir rehearses each Wednesday evening during term time, between
7.30pm and 9.30pm, in the Main Hall at Sunnyfield House, Westgate,
Guisborough. TS14 6BA.
society usually provides scores for rehearsals. However, many
members prefer to have their own copy. If you are considering
purchasing your own copy, please first check which version
is being used by the society, and secondly, consider buying
via our local ticket sellers: The
Guisborough Bookshop and Greensleeves
- both in Chaloner Street, Guisborough.
more information please contact: