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Concert’ina, 7th October 2017

Oxfordshire Mind were the beneficiaries from the retiring collection of this concert which raised £691.00 On Saturday October 7, the Salisbury Community Choir held a […]

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Awash, 20th May 2017

Salisbury Hospice were the beneficiary charity from this concert and the retiring collection raised £403.22 A breezy concert of flowing music, sultry sounds & glistening […]

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Christmas Concert 2016

The Christmas Concert in Wilton raised £696.81 for The Stars Appeal SCC presented a traditional Christmas Carol Concert in Wilton Parish Church, with plenty of […]

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Arrivederci concert
Tuscany Tour music

Nearly a full house in St Mark’s church were treated to a wonderful Italian- inspired concert. There were rousing and very moving extracts from Vivaldi’s […]

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Choir tour
to Tuscany

What an adventure. Over 110 of us on tour in Tuscany performing Italian inspired concerts. San Martino Cathedral in Lucca was a sublime experience and […]

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Christmas Tree Festival and Market

At this time of year Salisbury Community Choir is asked to sing at a number of Community events including St Thomas’s Christmas Tree Festival, at […]

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Christmas
Carol Concert

This year’s concert at Wilton parish church was held in aid of Julia’s House, a local children’s hospice and a speaker from the charity spoke […]

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Autumn Concert – Songs & Supper

As a departure from the usual concert format, SCC’s Autumn concert was free with a very sociable supper to follow. It was held in St […]

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A Night at the Flicks

SCC’s Summer Concert 2015 was held in St Thomas’s church on the theme of music from the movies and was very much enjoyed by all. […]

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Magna Carta Concert

SCC were proud to be the opening event of the Salisbury celebrations of the anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta in 1215. The […]

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