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Other Local Musical Events

From time to time we get asked by other choirs or musical organisations about publicising their events...... these requests will turn up here.

Choral Concert on behalf of Lister Neo-natal unit

Saturday, Jan 26th, 2019 at 7:30pm in St. Mary's Church, Hitchin

At the moment we are still short of an oboist, french horns and a harpist, and it wouldn't be a bad thing if there were a few more tenors and basses... If you know of anyone who you think might be interested please forward the link below to them, or let me have their contact details and I will approach them.
You may want to have a look at the link regardless, as it has a good summary of the rehearsals for the concert and also a link to the website that sells tickets. These are also available from Hitchin Initiative and David's bookshop.
A quick reminder about rehearsals:
Sunday 6th Jan, 2pm-4:30pm at Tilehouse Street Baptist Church
Monday 14th Jan, 7:30pm-10pm at Tilehouse Street
Wednesday 23rd Jan, 7:30pm-10pm at Tilehouse Street.

Friday 18th Jan 7:30-9:30pm at Tilehouse Street Baptist Church
Friday 25th Jan 7:30-9:30pm at Tilehouse Street Baptist Church

Saturday 26th Jan, 2:30pm-5pm at St. Mary’s Church, followed by concert at 7:30pm.
If you'd like to start learning the music in advance, there are lot of videos on YouTube of each of the individual parts of the Requiem, and both works can be found on cyberbass as well.

In the meantime feel free to share the attached poster, and do get in touch if you’d like to help put these up around the area. Link to Poster: here

Beethoven, Mozart and Dove (March 2019) - Fairhaven Singers

Saturday 23 March 2019, 7.30pm, Apex Theatre, Bury St Edmunds
Saturday 30 March 2019, 7.30pm, Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge

We are thrilled to be giving the premiere of a wonderful piece of music by one of the country’s leading composers, Jonathan Dove. His Sappho Sings sets fragments of poetry by Sappho, beautifully translated by Alasdair Middleton, in six short movements. Like all of Dove’s music, Sappho Sings is vibrant, lyrical, and intensely rhythmic, and the writing for orchestra is superbly imaginative. The Dove is preceded by Beethoven’s stirring Mass in C and Mozart’s vivacious Symphony no. 35. We are joined in these two gorgeous venues by our frequent collaborators, East Anglia Chamber Orchestra, and a quartet of charismatic soloists. You won’t want to miss this!

Bury St Edmunds tickets from
Cambridge tickets: £25 (front)/£17 (rear), £12 (student front)/£8 (student rear) from


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