Mozart’s Requiem is famed as being his last work and was, in fact, completed (by his tutees) after his death but thankfully, Tarik O’Regan is still very much alive Continue reading
Spring concert at Norbury Parish Church.
Marple Choral Society with Stockport Symphony Orchestra.
Benjamen Britten (1913 – 1976): Rejoice in the Lamb (1943) Continue reading
This programme included old favourites, Zadok and the Vivaldi Gloria and one unknown – this being the Dettingen Te Deum. The work has eighteen short solos and choruses mostly of a brilliant, martial character, Continue reading
It is hard to imagine a more challenging programme for a light-hearted summer concert than this one! Continue reading
This concert was a real test for the choir as our esteemed new Musical Director was already promised elsewhere – how fickle! – so the choir had the pleasure of being prepped by the esteemed Simon Mercer and conducted for the concert by dazzling Jonathan Lo. Continue reading
For our first concert with our newly-appointed conductor, Ian Crawford, we thought we would break him in gently and started off with “Messiah”. Continue reading
This was to be the farewell concert for Michael Segaud and his playing of the Summer movement of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons showed what a splendid musician Michael is and how much he will be missed. Continue reading