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We have a number of scores available for hire to other choirs.
Saturday, 24th February, 2018
Windsor Parish Church, SL4 1LT
Bach - Mass in B Minor - CHORAL WORKSHOP with Tim Johnson, Precentor & Director of Music, Eton College
Come and join us in Windsor for a special day working on Bach's wonderful music. Those who have sung the B Minor Mass before, or who may be new to it, will appreciate the opportunity to rehearse Bach’s Masterpiece with our inspirational Conductor. Further details from email@example.com
Saturday 17th March 2018, 6pmHigh Cross Church, Camberley
Surrey Heath Singers are joined by children from Cordwalles Junior School for both 'Noah and his Floating Zoo'( a jazzy little musical) and Rutter's 'Mass of the Children'. This concert is a little earlier than our usual concerts at 6pm on Saturday 17th March in High Cross Church.
Saturday 17th March 2018, 7.30pm
St Andrew's Garrison Church, Aldershot
Handel: Dixit Dominus
Bach: Christ Lag in Todesbanden
Conducted by Roy Rashbrook, Musical Director of Hart Voices (and member of St Paul's Cathedral Choir) and accompanied by the fabulous Modulus Quartet, you can enjoy Hart Voices and a fabulous line up of soloists singing one of Handel's most respected choral works, alongside Bach's Christ Lag in Todesbanden, his first cantata for Easter, and his earliest surviving chorale cantata.
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St Peter's Church, Petersfield, GU32 3HS
Dutch Renaissance Masters – glittering choral treasures from the time of Breughel
Saturday 24th March, 7.45pm
St Swithun's Church, Yateley
Yateley Choral Society’s (YCS) Musical Director, Quintin Beer, has put together a definitive selection box of the very best of the English choral tradition. There will be something in the programme for everyone, making this concert a splendid way to spend the evening of 24th March.
Sacred music has always held a central role in the UK’s choral tradition and our diverse programme will take the audience through various narratives, convictions and reflections on the state and meaning of human existence, through a uniquely British perspective.
Plus, we are delighted to be joined by Benjamin Newlove, former organ scholar at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, who will showcase some distinctive English organ music.
Saturday 28th April 2018
Come and Sing Carmina Burana
Yateley Manor School, Yateley
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