Circle Singers - Membership
Circle Singers at Earlsdon Methodist Church, Coventry in 2006
Circle Singers membership is based upon an enthusiasm for a wide range of both sacred and secular classical music - ranging from medieval, renaissance and baroque music to works by living composers.
The choir meets regularly once a week at 7:45pm on a Monday evening for rehearsals at Radford Road Church, Leamington during the school term. In addition to the regular rehearsals members are required to attend special rehearsals held prior to concert performances.
The membership Fee for the Choir is £ 25 per term to cover the cost of the rehearsal venue and purchase of music.
The choir meets on an occasional basis for social evenings and events.
Membership of the choir is not limited to any specific age group and prospective members are not required to undertake an audition. They would, however, be required to show previous choral experience and reasonable sight reading capabilities.
Circle Singers - Current Members
Lynne Adams, Trish Adams, Christine Allsopp, Valerie Burrows, Jill Carter, Angela Ginn, Elizabeth Holroyde, Jo Tucker, Helen Robinson, Miriam Wood,
Cathy Cawley, Greta Flitcroft, Judith Guymer, Mary Jaffer, Margaret Jakiel, Wendy Riman, Sue Temple, Gill Hancock
Daniel Griffiths, Graham Hollowell, Malcolm Kidd, John Randerson, Richard Seaton, Ruth Wills,
Martin Chester, Andrew Guymer, Revd Martin Wright, Laurence Wood
Accompanist: Lynne Adams
Lynne is Circle's talented accompanist playing the piano, harpsichord and organ for both rehearsals and concerts. Lynne has been with Circle Singers for 11 Years and was previously accompanist for the Coventry Philharmonic Society for 20 years. Lynne is also resident organist at St Columba's United Reformed Church Radford, Coventry. When not required at the keyboard Lynne sings second soprano.
Circle currently has vacancies in some voices. Those interested should contact
Jo Tucker at:- firstname.lastname@example.org - telephone 01926 312250
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