Dec
2
7:00 PM19:00

Christmas Concert with Lymington Choral Society

Christmas Concert

7pm,  Saturday, 2 December, 2017     St Thomas’ Church, Lymington

Vivaldi Gloria, Saint-Saëns Oratorio de Noel and other seasonal music brought to you by the Choral Society, Musical Director, Michael Goldthorpe and Timothy Rice, Organ.

The Lymington Classical Players, Leader Jack Maguire.  Singers from local schools.  Soloists from the London Conservatoires.

http://www.lymingtonchoral.org.uk/events/

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Oct
31
7:30 PM19:30

Mozart Vespers and Beethoven Mass in C with Goldsmiths Choral Union at Cadogan Hall

Three magnificent choral works from the Viennese Classical period are performed by Goldsmiths Choral Union, with period instrumentalists from the Musicians of London.

Haydn’s brilliant Te Deum was first performed in 1800 in celebration of a visit to Austria by Lord Nelson. Mozart’s Vespers, written in Salzburg around 1780, features his well-loved setting of Laudate Dominum. Beethoven’s passionate setting of Mass in C, from 1807, pushes musical boundaries towards Romanticism.

http://www.cadoganhall.com/event/goldsmiths-choral-union-171031/

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May
13
3:00 PM15:00

Somerset Song Prize - Semi-Finals

The Somerset Song Prize is a biennial national singing competition for young people aged 18 to 26. With a First Prize of £1000 the competition is organised through a series of regional rounds followed by semi-finals and a final over one weekend in Taunton. The finals for next competition will be on 13-14 May 2017. Regional rounds will take place in Somerset, Cardiff, Birmingham and London in March/April 2017.

The Somerset Song Prize is a competition for art song and it places a special importance on the collaborative relationship between the singer and their pianist. Arias from oratorios and operas are not permitted. The definition of art song is reasonably wide although competitors must include in their programme a song which is not in their native language.

http://somersetsongprize.org.uk/

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