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Bristol-based socialist choir which campaigns for peace, justice, freedom and
internationalism. We use the streets of Bristol and further afield to spread our message of
fighting for the rights of working people, those who are oppressed, and
those seeking the right to self-determination.
We come from a long tradition of
socialist choirs which use political
and campaigning songs in struggles for rights and recognition. Inspired by
Cor Cochion Caerdydd, our sister choir from Cardiff, we started in January 2002 with a few
interested people coming together and have been growing ever since.
constitution makes clear we are a socialist choir but are non-party
political. We are secular with no links to any religion, and we welcome
members of any faith or none.
We sing in support of
Peace Groups, Solidarity Campaigns, progressive organisations, at local and
national marches, festivals, Union meetings and benefits events. We have
an international repertoire of songs.
NEW MEMBERS WELCOME!
Red Notes currently has over 20 regular singers and we welcome new members.
No formal musical knowledge is required.
If you like campaigning and singing why not join us at St Werburghs Community Centre, Horley Road, St Werburghs,
Bristol on Wednesdays (7.30-9.30pm) to join in with the singing - or
just listen to us if you prefer. (While we are there most weeks in
the year, it is best to check - email us at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Events for details of our next gig