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Choir concert

Choirs’ Concert
Saturday 28th September 2013
One of the glories of the Priory Church is the quality of its music. It has become a tradition over the years that our two choirs are invited to sing in cathedrals and abbeys across the country. This Summer the Girls’ Choir will be singing in Guildford Cathedral while the Adults and Boys will be at Sherborne Abbey. Both choirs will learn a range of music for the services in which they take part. On Saturday 28th September the two choirs will give us a concert of some of the music they have sung, during the Summer, in Guilford and Sherborne. The concert, in the Priory Church, will start at 7.30pm

Tickets cost £10, Under 16s free entry, and include refreshments during the Interval. Tickets are available from Priory House or at the door on the night.

Award winning Priory girls choir

Girls Choir

The Girls Choir from the Priory Church of St Peter in Dunstable are now award winning having recently won an award at the Milton Keynes Festival of the Arts Music Festival.
The 17-strong choir, which is led by new Choir Director Emily Kirby-Ashmore, won their group – Choirs of School Age Sixth Form and Under – as well as the overall competition and were awarded Distinction Honours.
Head Choristers Rhyannan Rogers and Caroline Shaw comment: “We only entered the competition for fun and were really surprised and delighted to win! We all love being part of the choir and its great to receive an award”.

Girls Choir March 2013

The girls who all attend local schools performed Money, Money, Money arranged by David Kirby­‐Ashmore and Lift Thine Eyes by F Mendelssohn at the competition, which was held on Friday 8th March in Walverton.

The girls sing services regularly at The Priory Church and also performed in a fund raising evening with The Shambles swing band on Saturday 16th March where Money, Money, Money was performed again

SUN, Nov 19, 2017

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