Phoenix Choir Spring Concert 2023

This Spring Concert, performed by the Phoenix Choir, is to help raise funds and awareness for ‘Mind Song:’

“A Gloucestershire charity reaching people with dementia through music and song, unlocking memories and offering hope and joy in a world where words and thoughts are lost.”

We are  happy to welcome musician and therapist Misha Law for a return visit from Mind Song who will sing and play and tell us something of her work.

Tickets are £5.50 for adults and children under 12 years are a £1.00

Children under two sitting on laps are free.

Children who are performing do not need a ticket.

The Phoenix Choir is a non-audition community based inspiring group of singers led by Caroline Thompson. We are very happy  to perform in Holy Trinity Church Stroud again, our new rehearsal and concert venue. We raise money for various charities through our concerts and share a love of creating beautiful music to share with our audiences. We are delighted to welcome our young singers from ‘Young Voices Choir,’ and the Lantern Home Education who bring their very own musical magic. We also have and a wonderful duo of accompanists: Bartholomew Mason and Philip Burton, with four guest violinists: Emily Mason, Hugh Blogg and Eleanor Gates

Event Location:

Holy Trinity Church, 1 Trinity Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 2HX, UK
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Caroline Thompson

  • Holy Trinity Church
  • 1 Trinity Road
  • Stroud
  • Gloucestershire
  • GL5 2HX
  • UK

Event Schedule Details

  • 02/04/2023
    4:00 pm - 5:10 pm
  Price Starts from: £1.00
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