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We’re just part of a vibrant and involved community here in Malmesbury. Here are some of the other things going on in town and close by.

www.malmesburysingers.co.uk
The Malmesbury Singers are based in the Abbey for most of the year, but rehearse in the Town Hall during the summer. Their Summer term singing is usually light-hearted with the option for soloists to strut their stuff ; the Autumn term is usually preparation for Christmas with carols and other assorted songs, and the Spring term is a more choral selection. The Malmesbury Singers will be performing Brahms' German Requiem on Saturday 1st April (details here: www.malmesburysingers.co.uk/currentprog.html ) so do go along and have a listen.

Cirencester Community Choir http://www.ciren.singtastic.co.uk/
Cirencester Community Choir is an all-inclusive community choir where the emphasis is on singing lovely harmony songs for enjoyment with occasional performances. They sing a variety of types of song - pop, folk, gospel, world songs and more - so something for every taste. A relaxed, friendly approach focused on singing for pleasure - no experience needed, no auditions and ability to read music not necessary.

www.singingwithattitude.com
The very talented Chris Samuels runs the Village Voices choir in Hullavington on a Friday afternoon. They will be open for new members in September. Chris also runs community choirs in Corsham and Bradford-on-Avon.

The Brinwell Singers
The Brinwell singers meet Wednesday 7.45pm at Brinkworth Village Hall. They sing for pleasure, including songs from the shows and other light music, and are always looking for new members. Beginners are always welcome, as well as the more experienced.
Email: roystoncrick@aol.com or phone Roy on 01793 750336.

Links to our supporters:

The Smoking Dog
Malmesbury Community Choir's Pub of Choice!

A4 Art Supplies and Stationers

Simon Pike Builders

Singing Lessons

with Marilyn Archer
Marilyn kindly came along to rehearsals while we were practising for the Christmas Concert and gave the ladies of the choir some very useful tips. If you are interested in having lessons, Marilyn would love to hear from you:

marilyn.archer @ btinternet.co.uk (without spaces)
Tel: 07946 540720

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