Designed for those who prefer to meet in the afternoons, we will be singing a wide range of music, from folk tunes to madrigals. In St. Margaret’s. No auditions, simply come and sing! Further information firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday 8 December, 4-5.30 pm, Radio 3. ‘It’s the central partnership for any choral creation, but how does the combination of composer and wordsmith actually work? Mary King reports on the culmination of a unique project partnering young choral writers with lyricists under the tutelage of leading lights from both worlds, and includes a recent performance of the newly created works from the University Church of St Mary, Oxford.’ Includes a broadcast of the new pieces written for the occasion, one of which—‘Rookwood Canticle’ by Alison Willis, written specifically for our choir—was given its world premiere at that event by our choir.
The idea is to clean and polish parts those of the church that are not covered in the weekly cleaning round and to tidy up the church generally in advance of Christmas. Please come if you can, even if only for an hour. Coffee and cake with be provided but please bring cleaning equipment.