Note-ability is a small choral group which formed in 1994, specialising in unaccompanied vocal music.
From madrigals and motets to pop and folk, there is something for everyone in the choir’s diverse and entertaining repertoire.
Drawing its initial core of members from ex-Nottingham University students, the choir’s membership has now expanded and diversified. The choir is still growing strong after 20 years of singing.
Note-ability is directed by the very talented Caroline Palmer, a distinguished soprano soloist in her own right. Caroline has also written several of the choir’s vocal arrangements.
Note-ability are based in Nottingham and regularly perform throughout the East Midlands and further afield.
Further details about Note-ability can be found on their web site by clicking here.
The concert takes place at 7.30 pm in St Giles’ Church, Cropwell Bishop.
Tickets via Mark Snelgrove or Hilary Tabron or on the door,
£8.00, accompanied children (up to 16) £2.00
First drink and light refreshments included – Bar available – Raffle
P.S. The heating in church will have been reinstated by then!