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BLACKHEATH CHOIR

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Blackheath Choir About Us Membership Concerts Contact

Soprano part rep

Susan Urpeth

Alto part rep

Sue Shields

Tenor part rep

John Ballard

Bass part rep

John Harrison

Please note your Part Rep’s this year are: Mail: webmaster@blackheathchoir.org.uk Subscriptions for 2021-22 click here

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Listen to the  Halleluja Chorus  Recorded Dec 2014

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CANCELLED – because of coronavirus, rehearsals as of 17 March 2020 and our concerts on 29 March and 05 July had to be cancelled. We very much regret this, and plan to put on a new programme at a later date. If you had already bought or sold tickets, these will be valid for the new date. For further details contact your Part Rep.

Blackheath Choir  We are rehearsing at 8 pm every Tuesday evening on the basis of a YouTube Livestream. We will be posting the links here and on our Facebook page. These streamed events are also available after the event on the choir’s YouTube channel. Currently these workshop rehearsals feature lesser known works, with some historical background, musical analysis and advice on practising. Because of continuing Covid restrictions, we don’t yet tknow  when the choir can meet in person, but the Committee is keeping close tabs on options, and guidance from Government and Making Music.


If you’d like to find out more about how we work and how we rehearse, why not try logging on to one of our YouTube sessions?

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