Didsbury Arts Festival

Didsbury Arts festival is a volunteer led multi arts festival celebrating creative culture in Didsbury, through working with local, national and international artists. 

We are a biennial festival. The next edition will take place from 24th June - 2nd July 2017. The festival theme will be Roots. If you would like to join the 2017 team, please get in touch.


All Day


Sing Didsbury!
Stuart Overington

Didsbury Baptist Church, Corner of School Lane & Beaver Rd, Manchester, M20 6SX

After great success in 2015, Sing Didsbury! is back. Come and celebrate the start of this year's Festival with songs. The day is a friendly, inclusive event, offering a chance to learn new songs, experience being part of a choir and culminates in an informal performance in front of the audience of friends and family. 

 

About Event

After great success in 2015, Sing Didsbury! is back. The day is a friendly, inclusive event, offering a chance to learn new songs, experience being part of a choir and culminates in an informal performance in front of the audience of friends and family. Stuart Overington, Director of the RMCM Symphony chorus and Halle Youth Choir, will lead us through the day, teaching new songs and training our voices in a light-hearted and enjoyable way.

No previous musical experience is necessary - just love of singing!

 

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About Artist

Stuart is in high demand as a choral conductor working with a variety of choirs. His ability and experience to work with all age groups has provided him with the opportunity to work with a number of top ensembles across the country. As well as his music service work, Stuart has worked extensively in opera education, running projects with Opera North and the Royal Opera House. These projects are very varied and wide reaching. He is also working with the Royal Opera House in Thurrock leading their Young Vocal Leader Training Programme a brand new initiative aimed at training young people to become vocal leaders in their schools and communities.

 

 

 

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