As the end of the summer holidays starts to loom, it is time to think about what you are going to do with yourself as the evenings draw in.
Warriner Choral Society (WCS) starts its autumn rehearsals on Tuesday, September 9. WCS claims to be North Oxfordshire’s largest choir with more than 100 members on the books; but they would still love to welcome some more members, particularly tenors and basses.
The choir’s next performance will be Haydn’s Nelson Mass on November 15 in Deddington Church.
It will once again be accompanied by the Akeman Chamber Orchestra, who accompanied its well- received performance of the Bach Magnificat back in May of this year. There will be ten rehearsals for the concert and to maintain the quality of performance that WCS has become renowned for, members must attend a minimum of eight rehearsals.
Those unable to commit to eight out of ten sessions are still more than welcome to go to the rehearsals for the pure enjoyment of singing.
Rehearsals take place in the lecture theatre at Warriner School, Bloxham, on Tuesday evenings from 7.45pm-9.30pm, often followed by a sojourn to The Joiners Arms to lubricate the vocal chords.
Subscription for the term is £25. For more details, visit www.warrinerchoralsociety.co.uk/joining-us