Condate Singers

The choir members are a motivated, committed to their performance, and very welcoming to any newcomers to the choir. Condate, which is pronounced con-dar-tay, is the Roman name for Northwich and is associated with the coming together of the two rivers Weaver and Dane. The members come together to sing and to entertain and so we think the name is appropriate.

The choir was founded in January 2002 and is a four-part singing group offering a wide repertoire of choral music ranging from the oratorio to the modern show. Their programmes are selected for each concert and are intended to meet the expectations of the audience, reflect the season and complement the setting. They perform by request, for publicly advertised concerts in aid of charities (often churches) and for private parties. For the former, they make no charge, and the charity wholly benefits from their proceeds: for the latter, they normally make a charge, as they offer an entertainment.

Condate Singers
w: http://www.condate.org.uk/
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