Time is flying! The Old Year has gone. What will the New Year hold? What is there to look forward to? Choirs all over the UK (not to mention the rest of the world!) will already have their plan for this year. Ours for 2019 is in place and we will be discussing our 2020 10th Birthday/Anniversary Celebrations and Events in just a couple of weeks! The place to see them as they roll out will be this website from later on in this year, and on Twitter @PhoenixMVC, so please don't forget to follow us there too!
Back to 2019 and our singing events calendar is published (click on 'See Us Sing' in the menu above), we are currently launching our first (annual) Concert Season event leaflet, so that will be available in Norwich and around wider Norfolk soon (and we'll put a copy up here!), our first series of Open Rehearsals start this coming Thursday 10th January at our Mile Cross rehearsal home at 7.30pm, and we have one or two other plans which will develop during the year. So it's going to be busy, but we are a growing choir and are looking forward to entertaining audiences in Norwich and beyond as a Nine Year-Old!
Talking of 'looking forward', we are really looking forward to meeting up again with our singing chums of Nottinghamshire's Radcliffe-on-Trent Male Voice Choir, and our first trip seriously outside Lord Nelson's County to sing! But we will be back in Thorpe St Andrew, Norwich, in early September to welcome some new friends, Sheffield's Millhouse Green Male Voice Choir, and we will be putting on a joint concert for you then. As usual, although each choir will put up its own favourites for you, we are hoping for the chances to join together at several places for a massed Male Voice Choir-fest!!!! We hope you will enjoy our 2019 events!
Now, I can hear you saying, "OK, but what about Day 5?"! Oh, please...! ...wasn't all that two days' worth in anyone's money???
(t)Witterings from the Choir's Webmaster, The Phoenix, but it's normally about what we are going to be or have been up to, something nice about someone we have sung with, or a gracious reply to one of your own wonderful comments.