We are delighted to announce that we will be performing on stage again at this year’s Calne Spring Sing. This is the fifth year the Calne Spring Sing has been organised by the town council and it looks like being a great event with lots of choirs joining together to perform at venues all over
At the weekend, we all travelled to North Devon to share the stage with Barnstaple Male Voice Choir. This event had been about a year in the planning and came about after Jules recorded a CD with Barnstaple MVC last year.
October will be a busy month for us. First we are off on our travels to Barnstaple where we will be singing with the fantastic Barnstaple Male Voice Choir. This invitation came about a year or so ago when our Musical Director, Jules, recorded the Barnstaple men and produced a CD for them.
This weekend we were thrilled to be part of Hannah and Steve’s wedding at Abbey Farm near Cirencester. We love weddings but when it’s such a lovely couple getting married it’s even more special.
It is always special to be asked to sing at a wedding, but even more so when it’s for one of our own! Delighted to be rehearsing for the BlueBelles wedding of the year, and wishing Hannah and Steve all the very best for their preparations. Love and kisses xxxx
Last weekend saw us once again at the Swindon bowl in the Old Town Gardens for the choir festival which was raising funds for Brighter Futures Radiotherapy Appeal.
On 30 April 2017, The BlueBelles were invited to perform for an afternoon concert at the Pewsey Heritage Centre. We had sung at a similar event 18 months previously which was a great success.
The BlueBelles are ultimately not a competitive choir. Quite frankly they would rather sing for tea and cake than for a judge. Nevertheless, sometimes it’s a good idea to step outside of your comfort zone and the occasional challenge, in the form of competition, is good for them. At least this is my view.
On Saturday 17 December the BlueBelles took part in a fantastic Christmas Concert in Marlborough College Chapel. The concert was arranged by Alison Netherclift and supported Hope for Homes for Children.