Grosvenor are looking forward to joining with the Salvation Army Belfast Temple Band to help them celebrate their 126th Anniversary on 8th October. Tickets are available by contacting 07475756453.
Grosvenor would like to wish Rachel Armstrong (one of our First Sopranos) and her fiance Steven many congratulations on their recent engagement.
We’re delighted to be through to the next round of this year’s Choir of The Year competition! We performed Dieu! qu’il la fait bon regarder! by Claude Debussy and I am The Great Sun by Jussi Chydenius, which you can watch below.
It is with deep sadness that we learned of the death yesterday morning of Mrs Audrey Lee, wife of the late Ronnie Lee in whose memory the choir was founded in 1993. Audrey along with her daughters Christine and Janet gave incredible support to us as we formed together 23 years ago and have always … Read More
Grosvenor featured in Choir Notes, on Classical Connections with John Toal. Listen here.
Ready for the off – at Skainos Centre, Belfast, on 31st January for Musical Memoirs with the Northern Ireland Concert Band.
The 2015 season is upon us, so the carol books are packed away and the piles of Christmas music can be filed into the cabinet for another 11 months. As is now traditional, we have our ‘Christmas’ get-together in January before rehearsals start again (December is a busy month for singers after all!) So that … Read More
Grosvenor led worship in Fisherwick Church for Sunday Worship on BBC Radio 4 on Sunday 31st August. The choir was led by our conductor, Edward J. Craig, and the organist was Stephen Hamill.
We were pleased to present NI Music Therapy Trust with a cheque of £1,000 in March. We thank everyone who gave a donation at our Annual Festival of Nine Lessons with Carols for their generosity. You can read more about the work of the NI Music Therapy Trust on their website.
It’s bit of a corny phrase, which I’ve seen on company vehicles driving around the roads but it got me thinking about our choir… Last night we were singing in the Ulster Hall with the Ulster Orchestra to an audience of 1000 people for a programme due to be broadcast on BBC Radio Ulster in the run up … Read More