Author Archives: Tracy Steward
Chater Community Choir performing at the Rutland Show
Chater Community Choir are performing on Sunday May 31st at The Rutland Show in Oakham at 10:30am and 12. They are singing a selection of their best loved pieces with the intention of getting your feet tapping and hands clapping! Whatever the weather you will be sure to be entertained by the 45 strong choir of local singers including quite a few residents from North Luffenham. Come along and support them and take in the other attractions the show has on offer.
More details about the 183rd Rutland Show can be found at http://www.rutlandcountyshow.com/
Sounds For A Summer Evening
Chater Community Choir will be entertaining audiences again with their concert of summertime vocal favourites at Uppingham Parish Church on Saturday 6th June at 7:30pm in aid of the Brain Tumour Charity and The Wendy Gough Cancer Awareness Foundation. The Brain Tumour Charity is the UK’s largest dedicated brain tumour charity committed to fighting brain tumours on all fronts. The WGCAF works to raises awareness of male cancers, particularly testicular cancer, in schools with young people.
Tickets are £5 and will be available from Tracy Steward on 01780 729006 or Jenny Clarke on 01572 821197
Chater Community Choir Change of Rehearsal Location
Due to the continued success of Chater Community Choir the decision has been taken to change the choir’s rehearsal location to somewhere that will more comfortably accommodate their large numbers. Therefore from Tuesday 10th February the choir will be meeting at Edith Weston school.
A Little Christmas Magic – Chater Community Choir
Chater Choir Xmas Concert poster 2014
After a successful summer concert raising over £1200 for the Derbyshire Leicestershire and Rutland Air Ambulance Chater Community Choir will be giving their seasonal concert, ‘A Little Christmas Magic’, at Oakham School Chapel in aid of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust and the British Heart Foundation on Friday 12th December at 7:30pm. The choir has now raised nearly £4000 for local and national charities since being formed in 2012.
The choir will be joined this year by children from Brooke Hill Academy in Oakham performing their version of the Christmas Story and joining the choir in other well-known festive delights!
Popular Christmas favourites, a mince pie or two, a glass of festive cheer and a few seasonal readings will certainly combine to provide A Little Christmas Magic for all.
Tickets are £5 and are available from Tracy Steward on 01780 729006 or Jenny Clarke on 01572 821197.