with Thames Philharmonic Choir on 27 September 2011
Perform a range of choral works in
Kingston, central London and major cathedrals
you would like the opportunity to sing a variety of choral
works in Kingston, at central London venues and at some
of Britain's major cathedrals, you are invited to a 'Come
and Sing' rehearsal with Thames Philharmonic Choir on
27 September 2011 at Granard
School, Putney, at 7.30 pm.
The Choir's 2011/12 season kicks off with the opening
concert of the Kingston Festival of the Voice, which
this year follows the themes of the Cultural Olympiad,
including Heroes and Young People. The main work is
Benjamin Britten's popular cantata, St Nicolas, in which
the choir is joined by a small orchestra with piano
duo and organ, plus the Shrewsbury House School Choir
(Surbiton). The performance takes place on Saturday
19 November 2011 at All Saints' Parish Church.
in the season, the Choir will perform works by Mozart, including
the 'Great' Mass in C Minor, at London's Cadogan Hall. The
choir also participates in services at some of Britain's major
cathedrals and churches. This year, the Choir sang at St George's
Chapel, Windsor Castle and undertook its annual cathedral
residency at Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. It is scheduled to
sing the choral services at Southwark Cathedral on a Sunday
in February 2012.
Thames Philharmonic Choir has been thriving for 47 years and
is well known for its musical excellence and for the pleasure
it brings to audiences, members and fellow musicians alike.
The membership covers a range of age groups, and the combination
of high standards and friendliness ensures a regular intake
of good singers.
New members are always welcome and may join at any time. Membership
is by audition but anyone interested is welcome to attend
rehearsals before deciding whether or not to join. Full-time
students may join free of charge.
you are interested in membership, please contact email@example.com
or just 'Come and Sing' on 27 September.