Choral Workshop with Voces 8

On Saturday 16th May The Festival Chorus in conjunction with St Luke’s Music Society, will be hosting a Choral workshop led by the fantastic Voces 8, at St Luke’s Church, Thurleigh Road, SW12 8RQ
Timetable – 1.30pm -4pm
12.30 – 1.30 registration and lunch ( Please bring your own lunch. Coffee, tea and some cakes will be provided)
1.30 – 4pm Choral workshop
Tickets cost £10. Under 18s free! Available from http://www.slms.org.uk or Northcote Music Shop, Northcote Road, SW11.

Later that evening Voces 8 will be performing a glorious medley of music in St Luke’s, which will include
Haec Dies – Byrd
Die Himmel erzehlen vdie Ehre Gottes – Schutz
Denn er hat seinen Engels – Mendelssohn
O Nata Lux – Tallis
Mother of God – Sir John Tavener
Ave Verum – Mozart
Magnificat Quinti Toni – Praetorius
Interval

Ubi Caritas – Gjello
Were you there – spiritual arr Chilcott
Underneath the sea – Kate Rusby arr Chilcott
A selection of close harmony to be announced
If you would like a ticket to that event as well, tickets are available from the same places – above.
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In the Saturday Telegraph 7.3.15

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2 Responses to “Choral Workshop with Voces 8”
  1. Will Anderson says:

    What will the workshop be looking at/singing?

    Will

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    • Hi Will, I think they will be doing general choral techniques but may also use Mozart’s Mass in C Minor as a working piece to be helpful. I will be get more details from Antony later.

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