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The Birmingham Catholic Choir Concert

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From The TOWN HALL, BIRMINGHAM
SYBIL EATON (Violin)
REGINALD PAUL (Pianoforte)
THE BIRMINGHAM CATHOLIC CHOIR
Conducted by the Rev. ROBERT EATON
MICHAEL MULLINAR (Accompanist)
THE Birmingham Catholic Choir cameijinto being in the summer of 1923, when tho Catholic
Congress was held in the City. A feature of the Congress was a concert given in the presence of Cardinal Bourne, most of the English Catholic Bishops, and an audience of over two thousand people. It is said that over a thousand more were turned away at the doors. It was felt that the choir, which had been hastily got together for the occasion, should not be allowed to disband. The Choir became a permanent institution when, in the following December, it gave its first concert at the Town Hall. Its average strength is about one hundred singers.

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Violin: Sybil Eaton
Unknown: Rev. Robert Eaton
Accompanist: Michael Mullinar
Unknown: Town Hall.

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The Birmingham Catholic Choir Concert

Regional Programme Midland, 25 November 1931 19.30






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