Peterborough Community Gospel Choir in partnership with Errol Ballantyne School of Singing - Concert 2008

Date: 12 Jul 2008 - 18:30
End Date: 12 Jul 2008 - 20:30
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The (PCGC) Peterborough Community Gospel Choir, has been running since 2002. It was formed by Errol Ballantyne the Choir Director. Its main purpose is to give people the opportunity to sing in a gospel choir and to entertain the community by singing at various events. The choir has sung at Nursing Homes, the East of England Showground, Cathedral Square, Queensgate shopping centre, Thorpe Hall Cancer research, and on the BBC3 spendaholic TV show. They can also be heard on one of the Songs of Paul Copestake, recorded at the Eye Studio, Peterborough. This year we have been asked to back the Rock Band 'Scream Blue Murder' at the BMF British motorbike Federation at the Showground on the (16th May 08).

Errol Ballantyne started teaching in January 2002 when he founded the Peterborough Community Gospel Choir.  Prior to 2002 he sang in a number of Gospel Choirs and has played keyboards for others.  He has performed at weddings and different functions and on the night ushering in the Millenium sang and played with a Gospel Choir before approximately 25,000 people.  In 2003 he was part of the Praise Project that organised singing workshop and sang in Humberside. 

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