Singing Day

Welcome to our Singing Day
22nd February 2020
St. Bartholomew’s Church, Wilmslow, SK9 1AA

The Lindow Singers is an enthusiastic mixed voice choir of around 45 singers. Please join us to work with our new Musical Director, Charlie Perry, on Dvořák’s Mass in D major and Aaron Copland’s Old American Songs. Charlie will guide you through the music in a fun, accessible way and provide some useful tips about singing too. Our accompanist is Ethan Mitchell. At the end of the day there will be a performance and friends of the singers will be invited to listen.


10.00 am Registration and Tea/Coffee
Session 1 10.30 am – 12.15 pm

Break for Lunch – Please bring your own; Tea/Coffee will be provided.

Session 2 1.15pm
2.30 pm Tea/Coffee break

3.00 pm Session 3
4.00 pm Performance

Charlie is a conductor and singer based in the North West. In 2018 he graduated from the University of Manchester with First Class Honours in Music and since then has been pursuing a freelance music career. As well as his role with The Lindow Singers, Charlie is currently Director of Music at St Peter’s Church in Hale, Musical Director of Stockport Choral Society and Assistant Conductor of the award-winning Kinder Youth Choirs in Derbyshire, with whom he recently won the youth choir category at the Buxton Festival of Music, Speech and Drama. As a singer he is a member of Kantos Chamber Choir which has involved singing a number of times on BBC Radio 4’s ‘Daily Service’ programme.

Registration Fee is £10, covering music hire and refreshments. Please send your name, e-mail and phone number with a cheque payable to The Lindow Singers to Roy Vickery, “Fieldgarth”, Chelford Road, Henbury, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK10 3LH. Applications will be acknowledged by e-mail. Please enclose a S.A.E. if you would like a written receipt. For any further information send us an email at

Our next concert will be in St. Bartholomew’s Church, Wilmslow on Sunday 29th March at 3.00 pm. It will consist of the music which you have been singing at this Singing Day, Dvořák’s Mass In D major and Aaron Copland’s Old American Songs.