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It has been a busy and exciting day today for fine voice academy as we also had the pleasure of singing at Victorian Festival Of Christmas, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard for the second time this weekend and everyone sang beautifully even though it was a little bit chilly ... See MoreSee Less

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Some of the children had great fun singing at The Elizabeth Foundation Christmas fayre today ... See MoreSee Less

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We are singing Christmas carols at Palmerston road Christmas fayre come down and join us we even have Santa singing 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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Braving the cold, singing carols at the HMS Victory Christmas tree. Well done all, great job 👍
Back again on Sunday at 4.45pm.
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Come and sing carols around this Christmas tree, where Fine Voice Academy will be inviting everyone to join in with them on Friday and Sunday at 4.45pm. We will be leading the close of day carol singing for the Festival of Christmas at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. Hope to see you there. ... See MoreSee Less

A mix between the old and the new... with Christmas in between! The perfect way to describe the Victorian Festival Of Christmas, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. Book your tickets at christmasfestival....

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Come and join us outside the spar in Tangiers road we are singing Christmas carols for the next hour we have Santa and his helpers look forward to seeing you 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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A few pictures of the remembrance service this morning at the historic dockyard .. we are still singing in actions stations until 2pm its a lovely sunny day come and join us ... See MoreSee Less

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Fine Voice Academy are honoured to be supporting the Remembrance service in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard this Sunday. Afterwards we'll be performing in Action Station until 2pm. ... See MoreSee Less

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Fine Voice Academy have received their students latest Grading results for autumn. Normally we have a limited number of students taking exams at this time but we did manage to submit 6 students through to their Grades, covering grades 1 to 5 in Singing and Musical Theatre disciplines.
We are extremely pleased to announce that our students have all achieved Distinctions. We are so proud to see our students rewarded for their efforts by gaining top awards.
I am sure you will join us in congratulating them all on their efforts.
Well done!
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A few photos of some of Fine Voice Chorus at Fratton Tesco today, singing in support of the Poppy Appeal collection.... including our two wandering strays singing on their way back down the escalator! 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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Here's photo of the massed choirs of Cantores Dominicae, the 4 Villages Sing and Fine Voice Academy from a couple of weeks ago in Portsmouth as we prepared altogether for our concert outside HMS Victo...

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Make More Sail, a Cantata by Adrian Bawtree and Jonathan Jeffirey.It is the musical story of Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar - the decisive victory won on the 21st October 1805 by Admiral Lord Nelso...

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Make More Sail, a Cantata by Adrian Bawtree and Jonathan Jeffirey.It is the musical story of Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar - the decisive victory won on the 21st October 1805 by Admiral Lord Nelson, over the combined French and Spanish fleet.
We performed this fantastic musical, at the Victory, the oldest commissioned ship of the Royal Navy located in Portsmouths Historic Dockyard. It was the 212th anniversary of the battle where Nelson defend Britain from certain invasion and potential defeat.
Viewed through the eyes of John Pasco, the Signal Lieutenant of Nelson's flagship HMS Victory, many of the choruses are based on the signals given to the British fleet as the conflict drew closer. Nelson inspired great devotion from his men and despite his death, he assumed immortality as Britain's finest Naval Commander.
Make More Sail is an accurate re-telling of the events leading up to the Battle of Trafalgar and includes several interpretations of actual historical documents - Nelson's last letter home, his famous prayer and, of course, the "England Expects..." signal.
Above all, Make More Sail recognises that the English, French and Spanish fleets shared a common adversary, namely the sea. The common struggle against the elements remains an enduring feature of the piece.
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Make More Sail, a Cantata by Adrian Bawtree and Jonathan Jeffirey.It is the musical story of Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar - the decisive victory won on the 21st October 1805 by Admiral Lord Nelso...

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October 21, 2017, 3:00pm - October 21, 2017, 4:00pm

Make More Sail, a Cantata by Adrian Bawtree and Jonathan Jeffirey.It is the musical story of Nelso at the Battle of Trafalgar - the decisive victory won on the 21st October 1805 by Admiral Lord Nelson...

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Make More Sail, a Cantata by Adrian Bawtree and Jonathan Jeffirey.It is the musical story of Nelso at the Battle of Trafalgar - the decisive victory won on the 21st October 1805 by Admiral Lord Nelson, over the combined French and Spanish fleet.

Free performance of this fantastic musical, available for to all to see at the Victory, the oldest commisioned ship of the Royal Navy located in Portsmouths Historic Dockyard. It is the 212th aniversery of the battle where Nelson defend Britain from certain invasion and potential defeat.

Viewed through the eyes of John Pasco, the Signal Lieutenant of Nelson's flagship HMS Victory, many of the choruses are based on the signals given to the British fleet as the conflict drew closer. Nelson inspired great devotion from his men and despite his death, he assumed immortality as Britain's finest Naval Commander.
Make More Sail is an accurate re-telling of the events leading up to the Battle of Trafalgar and includes several interpretations of actual historical documents - Nelson's last letter home, his famous prayer and, of course, the "England Expects..." signal.
Above all, Make More Sail recognises that the English, French and Spanish fleets shared a common adversary, namely the sea. The common struggle against the elements remains an enduring feature of the piece.
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Make More Sail

October 21, 2017, 3:00pm - October 21, 2017, 4:00pm

Make More Sail, a Cantata by Adrian Bawtree and Jonathan Jeffirey.It is the musical story of Nelso at the Battle of Trafalgar - the decisive victory won on the 21st October 1805 by Admiral Lord Nelson...

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There maybe "Terrible Squalls! Great waves like walls!" on Saturday when Fine Voice Academy chorus Join Adrian Bawtree and his choirs who are singing here. But we have "Hearts that stir with fire and Passion!" and welcome everyone to come and see this free performance on Saturday 21st October at 3pm by the Victory at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. ... See MoreSee Less

Ok, so here is a snippet of our combined rehearsal tonight with Cantores Dominicae and members of the 4Villages Sing in preparation for our collaboration with the Fine Voice Academy with Simon Long on...

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Penultimate rehearsal with Cantores Dominicae tonight...hoping the rehearsal went well for Fine Voice Academy last night...here's a picture of the venue...'slowly stately, making progress...praying th...

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Today is my last day in Ghana ,Ho before travelling home. I was very humbled today as I was presented with a piece of material that has just arrived for the new cathedral gowns -
it has the print of the Association of Ghana Anglican Choirs on it. I will cherish it of a very special time with some wonderful people here. I am excited about coming back home to see the family and all you lovely people but I am certainly going to miss these wonderful guys who have taken such good care of me in so so many ways.
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Hello everyone from Ghana. I hope you have a fantastic evening tonight. Work hard with Nick. I am having a lovely time and being well looked after. I have been busy with the choirs, sang The Lords Prayer at the Cathedral and was rewarded by taking a paddle in the sea! Heading up North today Missing you all but thank you for supporting me in this opportunity. Best wishes Simon xx ... See MoreSee Less

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