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Music For Passiontide Review

Michael Gray’s review of our Music for Passiontide concert can now be found here.

Poulenc: Music For Passiontide

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Merrily On High!

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Merrily On High!

A4 poster (1)Tickets are now on sale for our Christmas concert on Saturday, 19th December. Join us for an evening of Festive music, accompanied by Westminster Brass.

 

For more information, click here.

 

To buy tickets online, click here.

Open Rehearsal reminder

open flyer a5We’re getting close to our next Open Rehearsal – Tuesday 5th September at 7:30pm. Click here for more information.

Calling all Singers!

open flyer a5The Chelmsford Singers are looking for new members to join us next year! We’re holding our next Open Rehearsal on Tuesday 5th September at 7:30pm at our usual rehearsal venue, the Cathedral Primary School on Victoria Road, Chelmsford. Open Rehearsals are a great opportunity to come and see if you’d like to join the Choir.

At this informal rehearsal for our next concert there’ll be chance to sing with us, to meet current members and to find out what the choir is like. The rehearsal will be shorter than usual lasting for about an hour and will be followed by drinks. Rehearsals usually finish by 9:30.

Directions to the rehearsal venue can be found here.

If you’re planning on coming, or for more information, please drop us a line at info@chelmsfordsingers.co.uk so we can make sure we have enough music.

See you in September!

Summer Concert – Save the Date!

A4 PosterOur next concert is on Saturday, 27th June, at All Saints’ Church, Purleigh. Featuring a selection of music by Elgar, Stamford, Britten and Finzi, the programme will also include John Rutter’s cycle of British folk songs, ‘The Sprig of Thyme’.

 

Tickets are now available from James Dace & Son, Broomfield Road. For more information, click here.

 

Annelies review

Read Michael Gray’s review of Annelies here.

Wine Tasting Evening

Winetasting poster 2015Chelmsford Singers are holding a fundraising Wine Tasting evening with the well known bon viveur Peter Kendal on Saturday, 7th March. There will be a chance to learn and to laugh as we sample up to 10 “spring” wines!

The evening will begin at 7:45pm in Chelmsford Cathedral Chapter House. Come and join us!

To order a ticket contact info@chelmsfordsingers.co.uk.

Remembering Anne Frank in words and music

“If you become part of the suffering, you’d be entirely lost.”

These poignant words, taken from perhaps the most famous diary of the 20th Century, have been set to music by James Whitbourn as part of his oratorio Annelies, which will be performed by the Chelmsford Singers (Musical Director James Davy) on Saturday 28 March in Chelmsford Cathedral.

Taking Anne’s own words (later published as The Diary of a Young Girl) as its starting point, the libretto paints a moving musical picture of the family’s life in hiding up to the point of their discovery and capture.
By turns dramatic and mundane, cheerful, thoughtful and fearful, Anne’s words reach out from their confined origins to touch the heart, especially in this effective musical setting. There will be a chance to hear from composer James Whitbourn in a pre-concert talk at 6.45 pm.

The concert will also feature excerpts from Olivier Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time, and Richard Tanner’s Prayer for Peace. It marks seventy years since the end of WWII and the death of Anne and her sister Margot in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in March 1945.

Our soloists are Nicola Howard soprano, Joy Farrall Clarinet, David Juritz Violin, Adrian Bradbury ‘Cello, and Tim Carey Piano.

On Friday 27th March at 2 pm, Mala Tribich, a Holocaust survivor, will be speaking at a public event to tie in with the concert. Lasting about one hour, the talk will be followed by an opportunity to ask questions. Admission to the talk will be free & the chance to hear from someone who underwent many of the same experiences as Anne Frank should not be missed.

 

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