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Singing at Puycelsi

Last weekend, we took part in one of our favourite events of the year: two days of rehearsals followed by a choral concert at the hilltop village of Puycelsi in the Tarn. This was the ninth year that these concerts … Continue reading

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Thunder and Lightning at Puycelsi

  We have adopted Puycelsi in the Tarn, since we go there to sing at least once a year in a temporary choir that comes together for a weekend or less. This delightful – and apparently impregnable – hilltop village … Continue reading

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Concert at Puycelsi 2014

We sang in another fabulous concert last Sunday at the hilltop village of Puycelsi in the Tarn, one of France’s plus beaux villages. A scratch choir comes together every September (and last April as well; a new innovation) for a … Continue reading

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Music at Puycelsi

We had a wonderful experience again this year singing in a scratch choir at Puycelsi, a hilltop walled village in the Tarn. Last year was special since it was my birthday and we sang Mozart’s Requiem, one of my favourite … Continue reading

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