You may be interested in this email from Esk Community Choir thanking Choirbolical for being part of their 40th year anniversary.
Firstly, thanks so much for coming to Esk and sharing the day with us on the 14th Oct. It was a great event and the audience absolutely loved every minute.
We have done a story with photos on our blog and you can see this by clicking on the link below
Cheers for now
Choirbolical is having dinner out!!
Where: El Attar Middle Eastern Grill – 34A Neil Street, Toowoomba
When: Friday, 16 November @ 6pm
What: Banquet – served buffet style (dessert & drinks not included but can be purchased)
Cost: $35/person to be paid before the night (Cash to Catherine at rehearsals or direct deposit preferred – add appropriate reference – find BSB under Fees tab.
RSVP: add your name to list at rehearsals or contact Gail by 12th November (0427920559 or [email protected])
Partners are warmly welcomed – come along to see a screening of this year’s Spring Sing photos.
Here are the details of our next performance – The Big Sing
When: Sunday 28th October 2018
Where: St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ School – Christine Hartland Centre. 11 Ruthven St, Corinna, Brisbane.
9.00 Workshop 1 – James Cuskelly
10.30 Morning Tea (provided)
11.00 Workshop 2 – Kelly Shepard (guest presenter form USA)
12.30 Lunch provided
1.30 Concert Preparation
2.30 Concert – Massed and community choirs – audience welcome ($5).
Cost: $20 adult, $10 concession/ unwaged – includes music, meals and concert – Cash only at the door
Registration: we need to confirm choirbolical numbers attending by 21st October. Please confirm your attendance by replying with a message to this post so QKC can organise music and food. (If you forget to/can’t reply – don’t worry QKC are happy if you turn up on the day) Please indicate vegetarian/ gluten-free requirements if required in your reply.
Choirbolical performing: Parting Glass & Fields of Gold (sounding fabulous – thank-you Astrid for our thorough preparation!)
Esk Gala Concert on Sunday 14 October, at the Somerset Civic Centre.
The 3 pieces for the massed choir are –
Why We Sing, Believe in Life, Chorus of the Jewish Slaves
Choirbolical will be singing –
The Parting Glass,
Fields of Gold and possibly Thulele Mama ( the same songs we’ll be singing at the Big Sing 2 weeks later – a perfect extra rehearsal )
The program for 14th Oct:
10.45: Morning tea provided
11.25: Choirs rehearse 3 songs for massed item
12.00 : Lunch break (BYO)
1.30: Choirbolical’s allocated rehearsal time
2.30: Concert begins
(Choirbolical is second on the program following the Esk Community Choir.)
4.30: : Finale – Choirs + Orchestra
Afternoon tea provided
if you need a lift or can provide one to someone else.
It takes about 45mins from Toowoomba.
Hope you are all ready for our rehearsal tonight 2nd Oct, 6:45 for a 7pm start @ De Molay House.
Remember it is always 1st, third and fifth Tuesday for each month. We do have time off over Christmas.
Let me know if you have trouble accessing repertoire.
- reminder rehearsal 18th Sep 6:45 for 7pm start at De Molay House
thank you to everyone who made the Spring Sing such a fabulous day
On the post titles Rehearsal 4th Sep, I have updated the BSB on the bank details and the link now works for the map for Artworx USQ.
Tomorrow we have a choir rehearsal 6:45 for a 7pm start at De Molay House. If anyone would like to meet at Park House before to socialise. I will be there from about 5:30 give or take 5 mins. Remember we need to be learning The Parting Glass from the parts that Matt preparted which are in Repertorie. Listen to the Wailing Jennys to hear how Astrid would like it. You need to click on the Login to access the practice parts. Pleasae send me a text if you can’t login and I can reset your password.
Sat meet 3:30pm at Mary Mackillop School, 75 Highfields Rd, Highfields, Q, 4352. Heading straight in the drive is a big barn like building this is where we will be singing. We start singing from 4pm and finishing about 5pm. Two songs upbeat ones …. Thule Mama Ya and Red Hot
Here is the map….
Look forward to seeing you there, Lesley