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Mid Wessex Singers

The Mid Wessex Singers would like to invite anyone interested in developing their singing technique to a taster session. Their first rehearsal back after summer is open to all. Running on Tuesday 5th September 8pm-9pm at West Street Church Hall, Somerton TA11 7PR.

Friendly and welcoming, the choir is excited to announce a new appointment in Graham Coatman as Musical Director. Steph Taylor, Chair of Mid Wessex Singers says: "We had a singing session with him in May and everyone was impressed with his energy, enthusiasm and professionalism. He has some good ideas to help us develop both individually as singers and as a choir as a whole."

Come along on 5 September at 8pm to see how Graham can help your singing develop and have some fun too.

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