As usual, there’s lots going on this week. One of the most exciting is that I’ve launched our forthcoming concert: it’ll be on Saturday 20th June from 1pm, and will take place online. Participants will join a Zoom call that will then be broadcast live on YouTube and Facebook. And, the whole event will be in aid of an excellent… Read more »
I wanted to share the promotional poster for a forthcoming concert that might interest you. It’s on the evening of Saturday 29th June, at Carleton Village Hall: The concert is organised by one of the choirs that I conduct, Carleton Ladies Choir, and they will be performing a diverse range of music. We have some classical pieces by Mozart and… Read more »
There are loads of advantages to the job that I choose to do for a living. Teaching music from home, my commute usually involves walking to the bottom of my staircase and into my music room. I have no boss or anyone else to answer to. I choose my own working hours and take time off whenever it suits me… Read more »
Carleton Ladies Choir (or, at least, some of them!) will be performing this afternoon at St Leonard’s Church, Downham (just outside Clitheroe). Entrance is free of charge. Please come along to support us if you can.
Carleton Ladies Choir Summer Concert 2018 Click below to watch the concert in its entirety: For more information about the Carleton Ladies Choir, including our next performances, visit the Facebook page.
I’m always proud to tell people that I am the Musical Director of Carleton Ladies Choir, but never more so than after evenings like last night: the concert we put on at Carleton Village Hall was an enormous success. Accompanied at the piano by Peter Gunn, the choir performed a really varied programme of songs. These included Take These Wings by… Read more »
Carleton Ladies Choir hold their annual summer concert this Saturday evening, from 7pm at Carleton Village Hall. There’s lots of music, including an Abba song performed as a flute solo, a medley of British rugby songs sung by a male voice choir, a wide variety of choral music from the choir themselves, plus lots of audience participation (should you wish… Read more »