We are a friendly auditioned choir, of varying ages, with almost 40 years experience of choral singing in Bristol. The choir's repertoire embraces music from different centuries, from renaissance to brand new commissions. We perform with professional soloists and orchestras. We also have opportunities to work with vocal coaches from WNO and singers and composers from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
Rehearsals are held on Mondays (7.30pm to 9.30pm) during term-time at Redland Park United Reformed Church, Whiteladies Road. The last two Monday rehearsals before a concert are slightly longer with the penultimate rehearsal finishing at 9.45pm and the final rehearsal finishing at 10.00pm.
Music is generally hired by the choir but you may sometimes be asked to purchase music. Music folders will be provided for use at concerts.
The annual subscription is £150.00 payable in September.
Venues and dates for concerts will be announced as they are arranged. Normally there will be one concert at Christmas, one in Spring and one in early Summer. However, we are sometimes invited to sing in additional concerts. The choir usually rehearses once at the concert venue before a concert, either on the Saturday before or in the afternoon before the concert.
Women: wear a pair of full-length black trousers, black tights/socks, sleeved black top and sea green scarf.
Men: wear Evening Dress (black tie) with sea green pocket handkerchief.
Bristol Cabot Choir is a registered charity, No. 1162680. The choir Constitiution and Rules and Regulations are available to download here:
Bristol Cabot Choir Constitution
Click the link below to view a pdf of the full constitution of the registered charity, the Bristol Cabot Choir.
Bristol Cabot Choir Rules and Regulations
Click the link below to view a pdf of the full rules and regulations of the registered charity, the Bristol Cabot Choir.
Bristol Cabot Choir Policies and Other Charity Related Documentation
Click the links below to view pdfs of the current policies of the registered charity, the Bristol Cabot Choir.
Click the following link to see public documentation filed by the Choir with the Charity Commission: Charity Commission: Bristol Cabot Choir
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