Woven Chords 2nd Half Term Summer 2019

60 strong mixed voice community choir that sings unaccompanied harmony songs from around the world. All songs are taught by ear in an informal and friendly setting. No auditions, no need to read music, no previous experience necessary - if you can speak, you can sing!


For further details, please contact: info@wovenchords.com

Thursdays 7.30pm to 9.30pm 25 April to 18 July (no session 30 May)

 

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Tickets £30 (£27) per half term

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