2016

On 8th  June 2016, Legal Harmony in conjunction with City Music Services are putting on a Musical Gala, inviting all choirs that have performed in our competitions together with the Bar Choral Society to form a 180 strong Massed Choir at Central Hall Westminster. We are delighted to announce that Lesley Garrett CBE will be our  headline act and we will be accompanied by the National Symphony Orchestra. Visit our Charity Music Gala website for more information

The aim of the event will be to raise money of three charities, London Legal Support Trust, AvMA and Sparks Children’s Medical Research .

Sponsorship packages are available, please contact David Smith at David@legalharmony.co.uk for more information.

Tickets will be available through Central Hall Westminster ticket office in due course.

We shall also be holding a couple of our regular competitions at Southwark Cathedral, dates to be announced shortly.

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Sponsorship Opportunities for a unique legal event in 2016

On 8th June 2016 a massed choir of c150 singers from major law firms and barristers chambers will form a Legal Harmony choir to take part in a charity raising event at Central Hall Westminster. With Lesley Garrett CBE as the headline act, supported by National Symphony Orchestra and with an estimated audience of 2000, the event will attract legal and general press coverage. Please contact David Smith on david@legalharmony.co.uk if you would like more information on sponsorship opportunities

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The Power of Working in Concert….

Catrin Griffiths discusses the importance of working collectively and how events such as Legal Harmony can bring firms together.

Read the article here.

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Legal Harmony, the day after…..

In Friday’s The Lawyer, Catrin Griffiths talks to those involved in what was a fantastic night of choral music of all genres.

Read the article here

 

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Devonshires’ choir, the Dev’s Singers are the last choir to speak to The Lawyer

The Lawyer asks each choir about their choir, why they entered Legal Harmony and why they chose their nominated charity.

The final choir to speak to The Lawyer is The Dev’s Singers, from Devonshires. Rachel Orgill explains how she got drafted in to the choir before she even started working at the firm and how the choir has gone from strength to strength over the past 18 months

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23 Essex Street’s Mark Trafford tells The Essex Street Singer’s story to The Lawyer

The Lawyer asks each choir about their choir, why they entered Legal Harmony and why they chose their nominated charity.

The penultimate article in The Lawyer about Legal Harmony choirs, Mark Trafford from 23 Essex Street’s choir, The Essex Street Singers, speaks about their personal reasons on why they established a choir for Legal Harmony and why their nominated charity, Papyrus is important to them

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Today it’s Travers Smith Choir’s turn to speak to The Lawyer

The Lawyer asks each choir about their choir, why they entered Legal Harmony and why they chose their nominated charity.

The Travers Smith Choir (“not really a name, just a statement of who we are and what we do”) started life 15 years ago. Read about their faith in themselves in being able to sing “without ringers” and move on from Christmas Carols….

 

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Norton Rose Fulbright talk to The Lawyer about their choir

The Lawyer asks each choir about their choir, why they entered Legal Harmony and why they chose their nominated charity.

The fourth choir to speak to The Lawyer is the choir from Norton Rose Fulbright. Read about their humble beginnings in 2007 as a choir established for their carol concerts to their successes in the Music in Offices competition.

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Kingsley Napley speaks to The Lawyer

The Lawyer asks each choir about their choir, why they entered Legal Harmony and why they chose their nominated charity.

The third choir to tell their story is the Kingsley Napley ChoirRead about rehearsals, balancing choir practice with work and home life, and how Mark Sproson has stepped into the breach

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The “newly formed” Wragge Lawrence Graham tells The Lawyer their story

The Lawyer asks each choir about their choir, why they entered Legal Harmony and why they chose their nominated charity.

Here is Wragge Lawrence Graham’s tale, the second of our choirs to speak to The Lawyer about logistics of having choirs in London and Birmingham, the Bridgeman Brothers and erm….. split trousers

 

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