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Everyone is welcome: no experience necessary, no auditions, no need to be able to read music!

Since its launch in 2011, Do Your Thing Community Choir, led by Choral Director Liz Taylor, now has over 150 members across Stalybridge and Stockport.
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DYT at the UK Choir Festival 2017