The Cromwell Singers of Newbury
When and Where We Meet
Updated 29/11/2008

We are a friendly group of folk whose philosophy is one of combining musical enjoyment for our members and for our audience, whilst allowing members to develop their musical skills in a supportive environment.

We welcome new members in any voice part. There are no formal auditions (we suggest trying us out for a couple of weeks to seek mutual compatibility) and whilst the ability to read music is beneficial it is more important to want to enjoy singing and  to be part of a social group whose aim is to help and support others.

Practices are held in Speen Village Hall. Speen Lane, Newbury
on Tuesday evenings between 7:45 pm and 10:00 pm.

Speen is a village 1 mile west of Newbury on the A4 between the town centre and the bypass. Speen Lane runs south and parallel to the A4 and can be approached from the western end at War Memorial or from the Old Bath Road at the town centre end.

Concerts and appearances are held at various venues including churches, village halls, social clubs, old folks homes and occasionally outdoors e.g. carol singing at Christmas and pub gardens during the summer.

Depending on the occasion the Cromwell Singers give the entire concert or join with other musicians. In order to perform major works we sometimes combine with other choirs, e.g. Newbury Music Festival of Choirs held at the Corn Exchange.


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