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Crosby Capriol Singers

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Crosby Capriol Singers are pleased to announce

The Crosby Capriol Singers perform seasonal concerts with a varied programme throughout the year. In addition we are frequently asked to sing at local events, weddings and celebrations.  They have most recently sung in Sefton Park Palm House; the Royal Liver Building, the Metropolitan Cathedral and on BBC’s “Songs of Praise.

If you would like to contact Crosby Capriol Singers to enquire about us singing at your event please click here or contact Val  on 0151 924 8047

The Society was started in 1960, under our founder Gerald Brown, and we are still going strong.  We are now  led by Richard Pomfret who has joined us in 2014.  We invite local young soloists and professionals to perform with us.  Our repertoire ranges from 16th Century works to those of living composers and covers both major serious and popular works

If you would like to contact us about becoming a member, we resumed our weekly rehearsals at 7:30pm, on Tuesday, 6th September at Christ Church, Waterloo.  If you would like more information, please click here, or contact our Secretary, Val using the details on our “Who’s Who” page

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Tickets when available from:-

 Members, Pritchards Books and Harmonics Music