Holy Trinity's Open Arts Access programme proudly presents...Hull Choral Union Sings.
Singing popular songs from 1900 to 1970 at this performance, the Hull Choral Union are continuing a long standing tradition of singing in the city of Hull for over 80 years.
They love singing and their vision is to encourage others to love singing and choral music, and are proud to keep that tradition going.
Alexander’s Ragtime Band
Keep the home fires burning
They didn’t believe me
If you knew Susie
Bye bye blackbird
I can’t give you anything but love
As time goes by
I’ll be seeing you
We'll meet again
Look for the silver lining
You’ll never walk alone
A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square
Can’t help falling in love
Blowing in the wind
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Holy Trinity's Open Arts Access
Our programme us to offer free performance space to musicians, artists and groups
Aimed at acoustic performers, the church is offering artists and groups the opportunity to perform in front of an audience and hone their skills. Whether a solo artist, a small band or a poet, performers will be able to develop their repertoire, experiment with new material, or build up a performance portfolio by recording the event.
The scheduled performances are available to book on Friday and Saturday afternoons from 1pm and are free of charge. Audience members may choose to make a donation, which will go to the performer.
The church will help publicise performances through the church’s website and provide refreshments for visitors before and after the events. Practice spaces may also be available beforehand.
To find out more information or have an informal chat about how to book an afternoon performance slot, please contact Holy Trinity’s Education and Operations coordinator Jane Owen firstname.lastname@example.org.