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Hello Dear Guests, Visitors, Curious Ones... Dear Singers!

 

Alexandra Chorus is getting ready to resume sessions on Wednesday 7 September at 6.45pm if you want to warm up. Our sessions start at 7pm and we welcome anyone who would like to take the plunge and attend 2 FREE trials with us !

 

In order to make your visit and your whole experience event more pleasant,

we thought you would like to get familiar with the first piece of music we will be working on this season :

Hymne à la Nuit by Rameau,

arrangement for 3 parts inspired by the version of the French movie ‘Les Choristes’.

So please, visit the page we specially edited for you on our website 

- it will be updated during the whole first term which is open door.

 

Do not hesitate to come,

spread the word, invite a friend if you prefer not come alone or just want to share the joy :)

We are looking forward to seeing you soon !

In the meantime, if you have any question, do not hesitate to get back to me.

 

Best wishes…

 

Veronica:)

Alexandra Chorus' Musical Director & Conductor

 

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Events and Activities (covid19-era-friendly!)

Zoom session on Oracles - 29 July from 12-12.30pm.

Zero Market N22 is back! - 2 Aug from 11-4pm, Myddleton Road Market N22

Slipstitch are offering a variety of craft activities for children to do at home during the holidays

Finding the Poem writing course - zoom sessions on Monday evenings during June and July from 6.45-9.15pm.

Tales TV - online storytelling for ages 0-6years, from Chickenshed Theatre. Aired Tuesdays and Thursdays, and available thereafter.

Stories with Teddy - online storytelling, with new episodes on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays on YouTube. For children 3years+

What to do when self-isolating? See suggestions (4 April) for free offerings by the British Film Institute and MUBI, National Theatre and Royal Court, and a local production of Mozart's Marriage of Figaro, in addition to those suggested in the previous APN newsletter (21 March).

 


 

If you are planning to hold an online course or activity, please enter it in a forum post, and it will be added to this list

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