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January 25th, 2008 - BYC school hits the airwaves

BYC singing school Our Lady of Victories in Keighley has gone were no other BYC school has gone before! They have created their very own radio station - Radio OLV!
Each Friday afternoon the whole school sits listening intently to the weeks program, presented and produced by the pupils More>>

January 24th, 2008 - Doctor's Appointment

From this term onwards, the Bradford Boys' Choir will have a doctor's appointment at St Bede's School from 4-5pm every Thursday. Not because they're ill, but because their director, Christopher Johns, has been awarded a Ph.D. in Linguistics from Durham University, where he studied More>>

January 23rd, 2008 - Lunchtime Concerts Series

The Lunchtime concert series returns for the Spring Term 2008 with a varied music programme. Details are as follows:-

Benjamin Saunders (Leeds Cathedral)
Thursday 31 January 1.10pm
Music by Langlais, Dupré & Hollins

Simon Lindley (Leeds Parish Church)
Thursday 7 More>>

January 22nd, 2008 - BYC on BCB

BYC Director Chris McElroy and members of the choirs were today the special guests on BCB radio's 'Our Top Ten' program. Award winning station Bradford Community Radio each week invites people in the local area who make positive contributions to the local community. As the largest More>>

January 21st, 2008 - Choral Vespers at LPC

To mark the the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity a special service of Vespers was held yesterday at Leeds Parish Church.

Sung by the combined boys' choirs of Leeds Parish Church and Leeds Cathedral, the service featured music by Mozart and Byrd in a addition to traditional Epiphany tide More>>

January 12th, 2008 - Boys' can't sing? They can in Bradford!

The newly formed St. Bedes Male Voice Choir, one of the Bradford Youth Choir secondary schools, will sing at the Royal Albert Hall in April. The Royal Albert Hall in London is one of the most famous concert venues in the world, and is where the famous proms (including the 'last night') More>>

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