Choir Development

These will play an ever more important part of the choir, not only due to its increasing size but more importantly the aim to constantly improve its standard. Having started in a local theatre as a very small group in 2010 the huge growth of the choir since that time has made it clear we need to have certain things in place, good finances being the cornerstone of these.

Generally speaking it is anticipated that the focus of the income generation activity will rest with the fundraising team with the exception of programme advertising. In addition to this the choir’s nature will inevitably ensure that all its members are involved to some level, be it through ticket sales to friends or the 100+ Club being promoted as a fun ongoing revenue stream to name examples.

Money currently being raised is to cover costs such as:

One-off costs

  • Staging

Annual costs

  • Rehearsal venue
  • Accompanist
  • Artistic Director
  • Music hire



Concert costs

  • Orchestra or accompanist
  • Soloists
  • Gifts
  • Venue Hire
  • Commissioning new music
  • Publicity (Posters, banners, advertising)

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