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Friends of Richmondshire Choral Society

The Friends of Richmondshire Choral Society provide extra financial support to the choir to enable them to have those extra reserves to bring in special soloists, or instrumentalists including hiring instruments such as a harpsochord, when a performance requires it.

Membership is open to anyone including choir members and their families. For full details see the Friends pages.

Other Choirs - are you looking for something different for Christmas?

See details of a lovely cantata by one of our members. It is called Jubilate Natale and we sang it at our Christmas 2017 concert, for which it earned a standing ovation. It is quite challenging in places and needs good soprano and baritone soloists.

Fundraising


 

We've got a new way to help raise funds for the choir and its costs you nothing. If you are shopping online - especially as we now prepare for Christmas - go first to our EasyFundraiser page and link to your chosen store from there. That will earn the choir a small percentage of what you spend. You'll need to sign up for an account with EasyFundraiser but it costs nothing and they assure us there are no ads to annoy you. You can sign up for a reminder to go to the EasyFundraiser site when you go online for shopping. We'd apreciate any comments from you about how it works for you. If you like it please encourage your friends and family to raise money for us too.

Thinking of Joining us?

If you want to sing with us, come and join us. Read more about joining the choir, and come to our rehearsals next term which will start on 9 September. Please arrive from 7.00pm to be ready to sing by 7.30pm. On the first night there is registration, subs payment and music collection to deal with, so allow time for them. (Existing members can save time by paying subs online and having registration forms completed)

Details of music will be in the Choir Members section of the website. 

Thanks to Richmond Town Council

Thanks to a generous donation from Richmond Town Council we were able to get the safety steps now required at St Mary's. Full story here.

 

 

 

General Choral News

There are links to News letters from British Choirs on the Net in a page in Choir Members' Information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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