UNITING BRITAIN THROUGH CARNATIC MUSIC
The British Carnatic Choir (BCC is the country's exclusive ensemble of voices and orchestration of passionate young children and adults, music enthusiasts and professionals from asian and non asian origin from all across the UK.
The BCC is dedicated to the finest Carnatic Choir repertoire ,focused with great perfection. As musical ambassadors, we come from different backgrounds and share our passion for singing and performing together.
The British Carnatic Choir (BCC) aims to create and explore Choral singing in Carnatic (South Indian Classical) Music and showcases the similarities between Carnatic ,Western and World Music while embracing the distinctions between them.
The official launch of the British Carnatic Choir was launched in 2015 with Cllr Ray Hassel, Former Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Mr.J.K.Sharma, Former Consul General of India in Birmingham, Chitravina Ravikiran and Dr .Chithra Ramakrishnan , with the good wishes of Her Majesty The Queen and other dignitaries
The BCC seeks support from individuals,trusts and corporate sponsors to help us deliver better.
We greatly value and appreciate your esteemed support.
You can either financially support us or through gift aids or in kind, as a volunteer.
There are several ways to get involved with the BCC – as a Registered Artist, patron, donor or volunteer. Please get in touch with us using the form below.
The BCC seeks corporate support for its activities. Sponsors will get publicity as well as complimentary passes for BCC events.
Individuals and families who wish to contribute to the BCC will similarly get special mention in BCC events as well as complimentary passes.
The BCC seeks volunteers to support its activities and spread the joy of multi-cultural unity. Even if you have an hour per week to spare, you may sure contact us.
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The government's vision is to enable children from all backgrounds and every part of England to have the opportunity to learn a musical instrument; to make music with others; to learn to sing and have the opportunity to progress. I am sure the Carnatic Choir will be making a welcome contribution to children's enjoyment of music in your area.
Ministerial and Public Communications Division United Kingdom