Next Concerts

Cracking the Choral Code

Saturday, 4 October, 2014 - 09:45
St Martin’s Church, Hale Gardens, West Acton W3 9SQ
Morning or Afternoon: £10 if booked before 1 October; £15 on the door. Both sessions: £15 if booked before 1 October; £20 on the door. Under 16's not accepted; 16-25's free

The day will offer practical help to learn about choral singing, for experienced singers it will be a great way to kick-start the singing year. 

09.45 Registration and coffee: Session runs10.00-11.15 and 11.30-12.30

A morning for the new or hesitant singer, giving you the opportunity to try out your voice, brush-up the basics of choral singing and discover the singer you really are, During this session, clear-cut, known pieces, with a broad sweep of melody and harmony, will be used as the basis for learning confidence-giving techniques.

1.15 Registration and coffee: Session runs 1-30-2.15 and 2.30 - 4.00 

An afternoon for the seasoned singer, reminding you of the finer details of choral singing, sharpening your techniques and honing your skills. At this second session, some standard repertoire will be closely and rigourously rehearsed.

To register now visit our on-line box office

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2014 Christmas Concert

Saturday, 6 December, 2014 - 19:30
St John’s Church, Mattock Lane, W13 9LA
£10 (advanced booking) £12 (on the door) or £10 (concessions) Children under 12 are admitted free - but require a ticket. Prices include programme and an interval drink.

Come along to another blockbuster of a concert! 

The programme will include four Sequences of Carols and songs and Brass Ensemble interludes plus

Glory to God (from Handel's Messiah)
Angelus ad Pastores (Hans Leo Hassler)
Extracts from The Christmas Story with Brass interludes (Schutz)
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas – New arrangement
Winter Wonderland – New arrangement 
Glory to God (Arthur Somervell)
The Great God of Heaven 
In Bethlehem City 
Rise up, Shepherd, and follow (Rutter)
And 2 versions of I saw three ships (Willcocks and Rutter)