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August 30, 2017

Your Choir Needs You! We're on a recruiting drive, and every member can help us find new singers.  A regular influx of new members keeps a choir fresh, alive... and financially viable. 

Recruiting leaflets (see below) will be at the first rehearsal of the term on 12 September, for members to take and hand out to their friends, music teachers, local churches, libraries, schools and other institutions. Put your choral thinking caps on and imagine who might be interested,...

1. To hear us sing! Thames Philharmonic Choir members are singing at 11am Eucharist and 3pm Evensong while the resident choir has a break. Music includes: Stanford Justorum Animae; Goss, O Taste & See; Wood, Mass in F; Sumsion Magnificat
2. Stirring sermon in a sacred place where people have worshipped since the 7th C

3. Shakespeare memorial – a 1912 alabaster statue of the reclining Bard clutching a sprig of rosemary (he used to hold a quill, but this was repeatedly stolen)...

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