Singing since 1914
Singing since 1914  

News and information for members 

Next up: Concert at Croydon Minster with Croydon Male Voice Choir, June 18.  

 

Following our great successes with Carmina Burana and the St Matthew's Choral Gem concert, we are now preparing for our joint concert with CMVC at the Minster on June 18.   We will be snging the following pieces: Oliver! selections; Phantom of the Opera suite; West Side story suite; Sunrise Sunset; and Oh What a Beautiful Morning.  The full set of scores can be purchased from Sarah and Sue at rehearsals - cost £15.  We will also be singing two pieces with CMVC: You'll Never Walk Alone and Hallelujah Chorus. There are rehearsals every Tuesday with one additional Friday rehearsal on June 10 (the schedule is shown in full on the Rehearsal Schedule page.)  This is bound to a fun occasion - especially for our eight members who belong to both choirs!

 

 

 

Summer break  - and news of our October 9 concert 

 

Our last rehearsal before the summer break is on June 14.  We are planning a social at St Matthew's the following Tuesday, June 21.  Our first rehearsal of the new season will be on Tuesday August 30, when we start to prepare for our exciting appearance at Fairfield Halls with the London Mozart Players on Sunday October 9.  We are singing Samuel Taylor-Coleridge's Hiawatha's Wedding Feast and Elgar's Spirit of the Lord and will be combining with the London Choral Society to do so. We are thrilled to have been invited to perform with the London Mozart Players again.

See notice below about next year's concert schedule.

 

 

2022-2023 Rehearsal schedule - now available  

 

The rehearsal schedule for the coming musical year is now ready and can be found on the Rehearsal Schedule page of the Members' Section

 

 

The photograph shows us singing at a concert at Fairfield Halls. We usually wear formal dress at big occasions like that.  For our summer concert the men  dispense with DJs and appear in shirt-sleeves, sometimes with a red bow tie. The women dress less formally too.

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