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First Rehearsal Tonight!

Tonight marks our first rehearsal and the official beginning of the 2010-2011 year for Choral. The rehearsal will begin at 7 pm in Regent House (above Front Arch), but we ask members to arrive for about 6.30 pm, as many new members will be queuing to sign up and scores will be distributed. Also, we will be going MacTorcaills pub on Townsend Street afterwards for some food and drinks, so please don’t run off when the rehearsal is over! The committee looks forward to meeting all of you this evening. See you there!

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First Rehearsal

Now that the dust has settled after our tremendously successful Freshers’ Week and Wine Reception, we are only a couple of days away from getting down to the business of singing at our first rehearsal. It will take place in Regent House (above Front Arch) on Wednesday evening at 6:30 pm. Be sure to arrive early as many new members will be queuing to sign up on the night and scores will also need to be distributed. During the rehearsal, we will be looking for members to express their interest in going on the trip to the Messiah from Scratch in the Royal Albert Hall, London on the 28th of November.

As previously outlined, this term’s programme is a Christmas-themed celebration of the music of Ralph Vaughan Williams, consisting of Hodie and Fantasia on Christmas Carols. Also, if you didn’t get a chance to sign up to Choral during Freshers’ Week, never worry as you can sign up at the rehearsal on Wednesday night (and remember, no audition is required!). The commitee looks forward to seeing you all there!

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Wine Reception Reminder

It’s been a great Freshers’ Week for Choral thus far, with well in excess of 100 new members joining the society! On Friday evening at 6 pm we will be hosting our main event for the week – a wine reception. It should be a great opportunity for new members to meet each other and the committee for the upcoming year. It’s being held in the Eliz Rooms on the first floor of House 6 (the one with the SU shop!). If you havn’t yet joined, we will of course be at our stand in Front Square near the Chapel until 4 pm on Friday to sign you up. Hope to see a good turnout at the reception and then at the first rehearsal next Wednesday!

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Freshers’ Week is underway…

Freshers' Week Stand

Committee members Adam and Ciáran at the Choral stand in Front Square

The first day of Freshers’ Week has been a great success with many new members joining Choral. A quick reminder about this week’s events – we are joining the Hist for their pub crawl tomorrow (Tuesday). Meet at the Hist stand in Front Square at 6 pm for that. Then, on Friday, we are hosting our wine reception to kick off the year. It should be a good opportunity to meet the committee and other new members. It’s on in the Eliz Rooms, House 6 (First Floor) at 6pm. Then of course there’s our first rehearsal on Wednesday the 29th, where we are expecting a big turnout. We hope to see as many members as possible at these events over the coming days.

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Freshers’ Week 2010

Front Square during Fresher's Week

It’s that time of year again – Fresher’s Week is now but a few days away, and Choral is all set to get going with the new academic year. Our committee members will be at the society stand in Front Square throughout next week to sign up new members and also to welcome back previous members. Our main event for next week is a wine reception in the Eliz Rooms on the first floor of House 6 at 6 pm on Friday the 24th of September. We hope to see many of you there!

Of course, Choral will not truly be back in business until our first rehearsal in Regent House on Wednesday 29th September at 18:30. Our programme for the Michaelmas Term Concert will be a Christmas themed celebration of the music of Ralph Vaughan Williams, consisting of Fantasia on Christmas Carols and Hodie and will take place in the Exam Hall, Trinity College. We looking foward to seeing you at our events over the coming weeks.


The Committee

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