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Our usual rehearsal venue is:
St. John the Evangelist
Canon's Hill, Old Coulsdon, Surrey, CR5 1HA
We rehearse every Monday evening from 8 - 10pm
(during term time)
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SUMMER CONCERT -2018
The concert was a very enjoyable this year. The choir really enjoyed singing Bob Chilcott’s A Little Jazz Mass; Shakespeare’s Songs and sonnets put to music by George Shearing and Vaughan William’s charming Five English Folk songs. Our talented pianist Duncan White as well as accompanying us entertained all with three piano pieces by Gershwin we were also supported by Daniel Tate Bass guitarist. All Thanks to our wonderful Musical Director Thomas Chapman.
Last night, in spite of the most dreadful wintry weather possible, we held our Spring Concert, entitled Celebrating Mozart. We sang his beloved Requiem, together with his Missa Brevis et Solemnis in C (the Sparrow Mass) and the motet Veni, Sancte Spiritus, which Mozart composed when he was only twelve. Incredible, but he had composed his first symphony at the age of eight. It was a most enjoyable event, and the choir sang with great fervour under our new Music Director, supported superbly by our soloists who are all becoming very well known in the music world. Our Music Director had also assembled an orchestra of young professional players who were utterly indispensable to the performance. It was a wonderful evening.
SPRING WORKSHOP – 2018.
Shakespeare in Blue
We had a really fun day yesterday at our Spring Workshop, when we presented a programme of George Shearing's Shakespeare Songs. They were certainly unknown to most of the choir members present and possibly to most of our guest singers as well but by the end of the day we realised that Tom had made a good choice and had introduced us to something quite different from what we usually sing. Tom himself was in good form, and our accompanist Duncan certainly enjoyed playing the jazzy rhythms. As usual we presented the result of our day's labours to a small audience of loyal supporters at 5 pm, who all seemed to enjoy our performance.
We Have a new Musical Director Thomas Chapman.