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The Renaissance Music Group is looking for new singers.
Formed in 1965 the group is Liverpool’s specialist Early Music choir and meets in the School of Music on a Wednesday during term time.
Their repertoire is the golden age of choral music from 1400 to 1650 and covers most of the musical developments of that time from across Europe. They give eight performances a year including two in the Lady Chapel at the Liverpool Cathedral.
The group currently has 30 members including soprano, alto, tenor and bass and includes counter-tenors and occasionally a female tenor. The main requirement is a love of music and the capacity to contribute to its performance. Steadiness of tone is important but fair sight-reading ability may be sufficient.
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