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    Siena, Tuscany  September 2018

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     Next CD - released Autumn 2018 

     Paul Carr's Stabat Mater 

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       St Edmundsbury Cathedral
       Saturday October 27th

       Ely Cathedral
       Sunday October 28th

     

     

     

Next Concerts

On October 27th we travel to Suffolk for a concert in St Edmundsbury Cathedral, with the amazing Savitri Grier playing and directing Vivaldi's Four Seasons, and the Chorale peforming Paul Carr's Stabat Mater, commissioned and recently recorded by the EAC. Then we move on to Ely the following day, after the clocks have gone back, for a concert in the Lady Chapel of Ely Cathedral, for another performance of the Stabat Mater and other pieces from the same recording.

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Open Singing Day

Handel's Messiah

We had a wonderful time singing Handel’s Messiah, and raised £500 for the children’s charity Coram.
Thanks to everyone who made this such a special occasion, and particularly to Coram, Cullenders Delicatessen, La Barbe Restaurant, Priory Garden Centre, Art of Living, and Gedo Clothing, who all donated generous raffle prizes.

 

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Next EAC Rehearsal

Monday 22nd October    7.44pm  #

Wray Common Primary School, Reigate  RH2 0LR

Next Singing Day

Saturday February 9th, 2019

St Mary's Church, Reigate

 

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