Based in the Vale of York, with strong local connections within Green Hammerton, Marton-cum-Grafton and Whixley, the COLLAVOCE choir’s influences, under the directorship of Choral Director Catherine Field-Leather, embrace Bach to Rutter and Sinatra to Sondheim. A mixed age of singers ensures freshness and experience: new members with enthusiasm for creating music with the voice are welcomed.
Collavoce Choir is available for all occasions, including weddings, parties and fundraising events – please contact us at email@example.com.
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Our Next Concert
After a very successful and enjoyable evening raising funds for the Chapel of St Thomas last June, the choir returns to the stage with The Sound of Cinema IV, this time raising funds for Open Arms Malawi (http://www.openarmsmalawi.org/).
Tickets available via: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel 01423 562816 or on the door.
You can also follow us on Soundcloud as Collavoce Choir. This link will take you to Java Jive, giving you a taste of what we do and what we sound like! https://soundcloud.com/collavoce-choir/java-mp3
A few of our received quotes:
“A wonderful evening…harmonies were spot-on, key changes just flowed…..your choice of music couldn’t have been better.”
“…a wonderful choir for our wedding…you made it really special.”
“…Triumphant return…opening with the Rhythm of Life, we were treated to a lovely performance of Sondheim’s ‘Anyone Can Whistle’…the evening proved a great success and raised over £600 for church funds”
“Just wanted to say a big thank you to you and your choir for the beautiful music at our wedding….”
“Choir in good voice for charity funds” – Harrogate Advertiser
“…. many of our guests commented just how much they enjoyed listening to the choir…”
”An enchanting evening!”
“Our guests could have listened to you all day……”
A pictorial record of some of our varied engagements:
Bringing the sound of cinema to Bilton-in-Ainsty March 2017
The Armed Man
The Tockwith Show August 2016
The sun came out for this fantastic day in the community. The link below takes you to a snippet of This Little Light of Mine from a very enjoyable afternoon
Singing outside in Valley Gardens, Harrogate, July 2016
The Lighting Pageant at Whixley Church January 2016:
A very eclectic mix of Zadok the Priest, This Little Light of Mine and Super Trouper (amongst other pieces) – but all very fitting in the pageant to celebrate the fantastic new lighting scheme at Whixley Church.
James Bond at The Punch Bowl Inn, Marton October 2015: Just for the fun of it, and because we were given ‘a licence to trill’:
Valley Gardens, Harrogate, August 2015 ‘All in together girls, it’s fine weather girls’ .. (and boys)…!