Out There Music Bristol – January 2017!

    • 06 JAN 17
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    Out There Music Bristol – January 2017!

    Out There Music Bristol – January 2017!

    It’s January 2017 and there is lots coming up for Out There Music Bristol in the New Year!

    It all starts next Saturday 14th January when the North Bristol Choir and Orchestra will be performing at the Elmgrove Centre on Saturday 14th January at 8pm, for our annual Christmas show. It promises to be a great evening with songs such as Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen (although we’re following the Jeff Buckley version), Purple Rain by Prince, When We Were Young by Adele, Fly Me To The Moon, I Say A Little Prayer, Corelli’s Christmas Concerto and The Blue Danube by Johann Strauss II.

    In addition to that we’re delighted to welcome our special guests the Velvetones so it will be a wonderful evening of live music.

    It will be a very relaxed event and although the musical quality will of course be high (!) the audience will be seated at round tables, cabaret style with drinks available.

    If  you want to come along, you can buy tickets for either event on the door on the night of the show. Just check our concert page for exact details of times and dates.

    And remember, we’re always looking to recruit new members so if you want to get involved in any of the groups, please contact us at admin@outtheremusicbristol.co.uk or just come along to one of our rehearsals. To see where and when each group rehearses just click here.

    And remember, you can check out videos of all our latest performances at our YouTube channel and on our Facebook page.

    All our other groups – South Bristol Choir, Chamber Choir and Children’s Choir are beginning new music for the new year and working towards concerts later in the next 6 months so there’s a lot to look forward to in 2017 for Out There Music Bristol!

    I’m also delighted to say that members of the North Bristol Choir and Orchestra raised £118 for St. Peter’s Hospice carol singing before Christmas so thanks to all involved.


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