Swindon Choir

The BlueBelles singing at the Swindon Old Town Choir Festival

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.

Singing at the Pewsey Heritage Centre

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

Mid Somerset Festival 2017

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.

Christmas Concert in Marlborough College Chapel

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.

forever hounds

Christmas Concert in Bath on 14 December 2016

On Wednesday 14 December we will be singing at St Michael’s Without Church in Bath – the one opposite Waitrose as part of a Christmas Concert with The Forever Hounds Trust.

Singing at MOD Lyneham

Who’d like to go and sing to some men in uniform?   This is a question which I regularly put to the BlueBelles around mid November when we increasingly get booked to sing for an MOD Christmas Function.

Bristol Festival of Song 2016

Last year, The BlueBelles sang in St George’s Hall in Bristol as part of the 2015 Festival of Song.  Clearly we made a reasonable impression as we were invited back again to take part in this years Festival.

Marshfield Concert

Fundraising Concert in Marshfield Parish Church

Last weekend, The BlueBelles were in Gloucestershire to perform at the Parish Church in Marshfield (where the ice cream comes from), alongside Blue Notes, The Sherlock Combs and Luana Godwin.

Why we perform?

Eric Whitacre said once: The terror of performing never goes away. Instead you get very, very comfortable being terrified!

A BlueBelle Birthday

Last month Lucy, one of our fabulous Second Alto’s, turned 40.  Well so she says anyway. She doesn’t look a day over 30 so it may well be she’s just got confused.   So naturally there was a party, and all the BlueBelles, along with lots of Lucy’s other friends, were invited.

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